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[Question] PHP Table overlap

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Im makin a webpage for muonline and i want to know how i can make the tables overlap.

Example:
Code:
<table id="Table_01" width="816" height="0" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0">
	<tr>
		<td colspan="3" rowspan="3">
			<a href="Register.php" target="main">
				<img src="images/register.jpg" width="136" height="39" border="0" alt="Go to the registration page to make a new account"></a></td>
		<td rowspan="3">
			<a href="Change_Pass.php" target="main">
				<img src="images/change_password.jpg" width="136" height="39" border="0" alt="Go to the password changing page"></a></td>
		<td rowspan="3">
			<a href="Top_Guilds.php" target="main">
				<img src="images/top_guilds.jpg" width="136" height="39" border="0" alt="Go to the top guilds ranking"></a></td>
		<td rowspan="3">
			<a href="Index.php" target="main">
				<img src="images/index.jpg" width="136" height="39" border="0" alt="Go to the homepage"></a></td>
		<td rowspan="3">
			<a href="Top.php" target="main">
				<img src="images/top.jpg" width="136" height="39" border="0" alt="Go to the top players ranking"></a></td>
		<td rowspan="3">
			<a href="Stats.php" target="main">
				<img src="images/stats_adder.jpg" width="136" height="39" border="0" alt="Go to the stats adder"></a></td>
	</tr>


</table>
<table id="Table_02" width="816" height="0" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0">
	<tr>
		<td colspan="2">
			<img src="images/webpage4.png" width="932" height="800"></td>
	</tr>
</body>
</html>

It shows everything but the buttons wont overlap the background i want to use and if i set the image as a background the stupid thing repeats and i dont know how to stop that, i tried repeat="no-repeat" but that didnt work, Thanks for the help.
 
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You can always make the img have transparent sides to it, equal to the ->'ness that you want ^_^
That works better because of how different browsers will position it

Other than that good question lol mines a newb way of fixing it...
 
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