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    I'm bewildered...

    Im trying to make a template that is compatible with NS and IE, that utilises ad much CSS as possible without going haywire. I think I'm coming very close to a solution.

    NS doesn't support color in tables, or table borders, so I have got away with adding color by going the LOOOOONG way around it, and making some gifs that have been put in tables...

    Good idea huh? er... yeah, one would thing so, but..
    there is ALWAYS a BUT!

    Now that I have figured out all my problems, I CAN't get rid of the gap that is sitting under the top lip. There is probably some simple little thing to add, but I'll be a monkeys uncle If I can figure out what!

    Would someone please take a look and let me know if they can tell me how to get rid of the gap?

    http://www.ez0ne.com/aTemp.html

    MrLeN

    P.S. Oh, the gap is showing in IE, but not in NS
    In NS the font isn't being colored. Man I hate NS! I really HATE NS! making me go through all THIS!

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    ok try this

    try this, move all the </td> tags to the same line ad the <img source> tags

    example:

    OldWay :

    Code:
    <td width="20" height="20" align="center" valign="center">
    						<img src="http://www.ez0ne.com/topleft.gif" width="20" height="20">
    						</td>
    					<td width="640" height="20" align="center" valign="bottom">
    						<img src="http://www.ez0ne.com/middle.gif" width="640" height="20">
    						</td>
    New Way:

    Code:
    <td width="20" height="20" align="center" valign="center">
    						<img src="http://www.ez0ne.com/topleft.gif" width="20" height="20"></td>
    					<td width="640" height="20" align="center" valign="bottom">
    						<img src="http://www.ez0ne.com/middle.gif" width="640" height="20"></td>
    That should do it, I took tried it out on your page, and got it to work for me.


    Chuck
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    I don't believe it!

    Eureka!!!

    I don't know WHY that works, and I never would have tried putting the code that way in a million years, but the fact of the matter is that it WORKS!!!

    I am not asking any more questions.
    *Quietly enters the new code and shuffles off before a spring pops out from somewhere*

    Thanks heaps Chuckie, I appreciate your help very much!

    MrLeN
    Last edited by MrLeN; Jul 5, 2001 at 02:24.

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    Ummm..Netscape DOES support color in tables.

    <table bgcolor="#33ff00">
    <tr>
    <td>
    some content goes right here
    </td>
    </tr>
    </table>

    gives you a TABLE with a limegreen background in both NS and IE.
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