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Hi!
Please check out this page:
http://bstar.net/tracker/help.htm

This page shows up just fine in Internet Explorer 4.0.
But in Netscape 4.0, it messes up the first table.

Could someone please tell me what the problem is?

Thanks,
Mark
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Question by:eversoslightly
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by:jkeebler
ID: 1840023
I'm running Netscape Communicator 4.07 and it looks fine.
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by:eversoslightly
ID: 1840024
I'm running Netscape 4.01

What's happening (that I don't like) is that the first table has spaces in-between them.

Both tables should lineup the same length, as they do in I.E.

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by:aioudine
ID: 1840025
You mean spaces between cell?
replace
<TABLE cellspacing=0 cellpadding=1 width=550>
with
<TABLE cellspacing=0 cellpadding=0 width=550>
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by:eversoslightly
ID: 1840026
Nope - that is for the big table - which will only take out the space between the two tables (tried it).  I want to take out the spaces between each cell on the first table.  I see no reason why they should be there, in the html.  The spaces ARE NOT there in I.E.  Wierdness.
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hkp earned 50 total points
ID: 1840027
I have changed the second <TABLE> tag's border so

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<TABLE          border=0            CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 width=275><TR><TD bgcolor="#BB0000" colspan=4><center><font color="#FFFFFF"><strong>Month Info<strong></font></TD></TR>
<TR><TD valign="top"
bgcolor="#FBEEF0"><small>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;January:</small></TD><TD valign="top" bgcolor="#FBEEF0"><small>0:</small></TD>
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Regards,
Holger K. Pedersen
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by:eversoslightly
ID: 1840028
That was it - the border tag!

Thanks!

Odd how a little tag can mess it up, and only for one browser :)
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