I've practically solved almost every netscape bug in my design. Hwever, i still face 1 problem which until now, i have only 1 possible solution which doesn't even seem feasible and will produce even more problems
If you would kindly make your way to http://nortiq.com using a netscape 4 and internet explorer 5 browser, look to the left side of the page and you'll notice a big gap in netscape browser. Look to IE and it'll look perfectly fine.
I didn't do much. I juz placed the side navigational table within a <td></td>
Even mozilla milestone browsers display the sidebar correctly.
Does anyone have a possible solution please?
You might also want to check out my betatest page at http://nortiq.com/betatest.php
Make sure there are no breaks between the end of the cell tag and the beginning of the div tag, or the end of the img tag and the start of the table tag.
No spaces, no line feeds, no hard returns.
Thanks for replying.
I removed all line breaks, spaces etc. but netscpae still shows a space...
any ideas? thanks
Man, you really made me dig for this- check your ns.css file. In the table.side class change the vertical-align : middle to top.
That should do it, but I didn't check you IE stylesheet either, so don't hold my feet to the fire. ;)
I'm really appreciative of your efforts..
thanks..and sorry about that
no..dun need to edit the ie version of the style sheet since it loads based on the browser
hmm..it still doesn't work though..any more ideas? ehehz
Try removing the vertical-align from the style and putting valign="top" in the td tag.
According to The Master Compatibility Chart NS doesn't support the vertical-align attribute (see 5.4.4).
hmm..still doens't work...
I'm tryig to optimise the code again and see if it'll work...
I'll make a post if it works or not...thanks