Alright, I posted a project a week ago to rework a photoshop-produced HTML file so that the table structure would be something I could work with as a template for some dynamic content. I just needed the table structure adjusted. I got many bids and ended up choosing someone who said they would have it done in a day. It took 6 days and I finally got something I thought would work. Problem was that when I more closely examined the file, I realized there were tables inside of tables which made it so that if a row or column got expanded due to the content, the columns wouldn't line up. There were also some slight details that weren't right. I'm a programmer, not a designer or expert css person. I tried to fix it, but there are some small details that I couldn't get right -- something I did makes it look different in Firefox than it does in IE. I need this fixed by the morning. Since this project is featured, I'm gonna get creative with how I accept bids: Make your bid of $20. Then fix my html and send me the work. I'm leaving for 2-3 hours to go to a meeting. As soon as I get back, I will look through the submissions and award the $20 to whoever does the job right (looks like it is supposed to and won't break when data is added to the cells.) Since this is a 15 minute project for someone who knows what he/she is doing, I don't feel bad asking you to do the work upfront. (I'm paying $25 for this to be featured, so you know I'm good for my money.) If the project is still opened, that means I haven't received a suitable submission yet. Please submit your best. If you do good work, I will use you for future projects where I need an html file to look like a graphic designer's output. **************************** HERE'S THE WORK TO BE DONE **************************** [url removed, login to view] 1) Folder 1 is how the file should look -- this is what I got from the graphic designer. Besides the html files, there are 2 image files, "[url removed, login to view]" and "[url removed, login to view]" which are what it should look like. 2) Folder 2 is what I got from the bidder yesterday, plus some of my own fixes -- this is about 95% done. There are 2 known issues: - The row height of the numbers rows in the "domains" table looks good in firefox, but breaks in IE. - The "articles" table still is broken -- it has tables inside tables. I need it to be like the "domains" table (which I mostly fixed). It doesn't need the dotted line under the title -- you can add that with css (which I haven't done yet to the domain names). Thanks.