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Posted on 1998-08-19
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I've cut up a large image and put it into a table (so I can create rollovers). However, alignment in IE4 (PC) is causing trouble. There seems to be gaps between certain cells in columns. Any ideas?
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Question by:JAGDIGITAL
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by:aburr
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Check that both the cell padding and the cell boarders of all cells are set to zero.
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by:jbirk
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don't forget to set cellspacing to 0 as well.
Like  this:
<Table cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 border=0>
Then don't put any white space between the <TD> tags.
So, <TD><IMG SRC="url"></TD>
and not
 <TD>
<IMG SRC="url">
</TD>

Beleive it or not this makes a difference!
-Josh
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by:JAGDIGITAL
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Good answer but I had already done this -However Josh's question solved the problem! EXCELLENT!
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by:jbirk
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Glad to be of help!
-josh
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Good answer but I had already done this -However Josh's question solved the problem! EXCELLENT!
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Why did you reject my answer?  You said that it solved your problem?
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