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    Spacing problem... can't figure it out



    See how there's a big space between Sunday, Mon... and the dates? I can't figure it out. It's an ASP driven calendar, but when I load the page in Frontpage after it has been given to the browser, I still can't figure it out.

    Please help.
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    URL is not pulling up for me...it is accurate?
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    in the td tag thats empty put,

     

    and that will fix it, btw its not a javascript problem as well

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    i presume you meant this page btw

    http://www.ax2.org/jrhigh/calendar/

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    Actually the link WAS right (I was working on a temp file so I didn't screw up the on-live calendar)... but I fixed it myself so I deleted that.

    But now I have a problem at this url when you are in JUNE at the BOTTOM of the calendar. Way too much space. Please help.
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    Originally posted by Andrew-J2000
    in the td tag thats empty put,

     

    and that will fix it, btw its not a javascript problem as well
    I fixed it by taking out the height='16%'. But thanks. I tried adding the   at the bottom of June, but I still have the problem.

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    ok im not sure what you want now then

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    Go to JUNE. Look at the bottom, there are blank lines or cells. They shouldn't be here... what's wrong?
    Last edited by fillup07; Jan 1, 2004 at 23:16.

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    Uh, I'd figure those are a problem with your ASP making extraneous rows...
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    what are you refering to, do you mean you want the table 100% so it fills the whole sapce?

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    I think he's referring to the additional row fragments that show up below the calendar
    Code:
            <td width='14%' class=bblankday>&nbsp;</td>
            </tr>
            <td width='14%' class=bblankday>&nbsp;</td>
            </tr>
            <td width='14%' class=bblankday>&nbsp;</td>
            </tr>
            <td width='14%' class=bblankday>&nbsp;</td>
            </tr>
            <td width='14%' class=bblankday>&nbsp;</td>
            </tr>
            <td width='14%' class=bblankday>&nbsp;</td>
            </tr>
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    If you'll notice the white space that is under the last day in the calendar...

    That isn't supposed to be there (it's not in July).

    I think (by selecting it) you can see 6 rows. Those should probably be columns. It is probably an ASP problem - but if you can show me exaclty where in the HTML code the problem is... then I can fix the ASP. Thats the problem... I can't figure it out regardless of the ASP.

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    I think I finally found it.

    I'm gonna work on it myself now. I hate bugging you guys when I can play around with it.

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    Works great now... and I just made the blank months look better as well. Thanks for putting up with me.

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    OUCH - I'm SO glad i was out of the office and missed this one

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    Originally posted by Flawless_koder
    OUCH - I'm SO glad i was out of the office and missed this one

    Flawless
    Lol, what are you saying?

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    Flawless is a busy man,, you just posted in the wrong section completely lol. Just curious what made you think it would be javascript/jscript/ecmascript realated?

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    Originally posted by Andrew-J2000
    Flawless is a busy man,, you just posted in the wrong section completely lol. Just curious what made you think it would be javascript/jscript/ecmascript realated?
    Good question. Who knows. It seems all my questions are either ASP or Javascript related... and these are the two forums I visit. Lol.. sorry.

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    That makes sense.

    I think i'm so at home here that I'd post a gardening
    question in here.

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