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Achieving same effect in netscape

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View the following URL in IE and NS:

http://domaindlx.com/hoard/images/header.html

In IE it renders as intended ( ie. nested snug at the top of the browser and on both left and right as well as having the one cell vary in size depending on the window/screen size ). How do I make this happen the same way in netscape?

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Jerry
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daveamour earned 150 total points
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Page margins are dealt with differently on IE and NN

Try changing your body line as follows

<body bgcolor="#000000" onLoad="MM_preloadImages('header_r2_c4_f2.gif');" leftmargin="0" topmargin="0" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0">

Let me know if this helps

Dave
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by:xabi
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daveamour is right. About the right spacing is cause netscape will reserver space for the scroll bars.

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by:nettrom
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if you want to be forwards compliant you'd also like to remove margins through CSS.  all you need is to add the following attribute to BODY:

  style="margin:0;"
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by:nasile
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Ok this is great... it cleared up the margin issue. The only problem is that there is still the one varied size cell that is specified as width=100% and has a backgroun image. That cell is not showing up in netscape. I tried setting the tr background to the image, the table background to the image and the td background to the image and it is not working in netscape.

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by:nettrom
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I tested this a bit at home, and the background image won't be shown if you define a width for the table cell.  remove width and the image is suddenly there.  haven't been able to find a workaround though.
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by:nasile
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hmm... myself neither.

Is there a way I can give maybe a portion of the points for this question since half of it has been solved?
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by:nettrom
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I've forgotten about your question nasile, should've commented on it immediately.

when you want to split the points of a question you can ask the support staff over in the support area to help you do it.
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