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    Skills to Pay the Bills Sparkie's Avatar
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    One freakin' pixel!

    It's driving me mad...MAAAAD I tell you!!

    There's a one-pixel off-centered looking section at the top left of my site. I've looked at the source code so much I'm positively bleary-eyed from messing with it. Maybe a fresh pair of eyes from one of our helpful members can help me spot my problem?

    Thanks much!
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    Your header image is one px less than the others.
    You also have the style for your scrollbars twice...

    That's all I can see....
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    Yep... header.jpg is 44px high instead of 45... can it be it?

    By the way, I love your flash animation in the left corner... it gives your site a much richer feel to it... awesome!!!
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    Skills to Pay the Bills Sparkie's Avatar
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    Thanks guys..but that's not it I tried setting the pixel up to 45 and it looked even more messy than it does now! Do you think the problem could be with the Flash?

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    You could always try offsetting your flash by 1 pixel... If both elements are within the same specs and their backgrounds match there's no reason they wouldn't flow in perfectly.

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    Well, I'm still working on this but I've already seen quite a few things that are wrong and invalid in your code. In addition to what others have mentioned:

    -= You're setting an ALT attribute for several TD tags in your header.

    -= You're inconsistent in your quoting of values in your tags.

    -= In the cell that contains your Flash movie, you're also setting a background. Any particular reason? Since the Flash movie takes up the whole cell, you won't even see the background.

    While I havent gotten this figured out, I have narrowed it down to your Flash movie as the culprit. If remove the chunk of code that calls the Flash movie, you'll see that the images now line up. This means that something in your Flash movie is causing the problem.
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