>> I think one way to go about it is to construct a frameset page with 2
>> columns and 3 rows. The width of the 3 left-handed rows can be set to be
>> fixed if I recall correctly. If you hide the between-frames widgets and
>> make the width fixed, I think you can get what you are after -- a messy
>> page that will be very repellent to its visitors. Try to avoid frames if
>> possible. Search engines hate them, referrers hate them and the rest of
>> arguments are left to the literature... [or else this threat will
>> mushroom into a 100 'message monster', as always]
> I too would have preferred to solve this otherwise, such as using a table,
> but I don't know how.
> Thanks for your answer!
Using AJAX-like techniques you could update the content of table cells
without reloading the entire page.
Roy S. Schestowitz