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    Exclamation sliced graphic/NN4/textbox



    I'm going nutso here.. Hi everyone..

    I'm having a problem with NN4. I've put a
    search box in my sliced graphic and it
    breaks up badly in NN4...

    Nobody seems to know how to fix it.
    http://blueoakwebdesign.com/froggies.htm

    Help!!

    Sarah

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    This sounds it *could* be the common problem of an extra space after a submit button in a form within certain browsers. I do not have NS4 on this machine but try removing the submit button temporarily to see if it has any effect.
    Edit:

    You have no submit button defined so ignore the above


    In order to get around such a problem, consider using a TD with no graphics and structure the table so that no matter what discepiances there are with the way forms are rendered, your page doesnt break. Including a form element in a 100% sliced header is a bad idea IMO.

    Alternatively, here is some great reading on Forms in HTML about, how, why and solutions to common problems.

    http://www.cs.tut.fi/~jkorpela/forms/present.html
    http://www.cs.tut.fi/~jkorpela/forms/extraspace.html

    Glen


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