OK, I confess I done my site creation on a PC, but my problem is the way Safari renders table placement. In the beginning, I used a defined a class using position:absolute; bottom 30px; Every browser other than Safari understood this instruction set and placethe table where it belong...except Safari. Since the Safari audience is important to the web site I tried another appraoch. I removed the absolute positioning from the class; placed the table in a <div> and positioned the <div> using position:absolute; bottom:30px; Same result. In desperation I decided Safari was having difficulty finding "bottom" and changed the positioning to: position:absolute; top:530px; figuring surely it can find "top" and position the <div> correctly. Wrong again. Has anyone out ther had a similar experience? If so what's the work-around? The sproblem can be seen at http://www.galleryinthesun.com/Sharon-Stillwater/artPages/atTheWinterMarket.aspx Thanks for help!