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Image alignment ?

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http://members.tripod.com/the_q58/

There is an image at the above url within a table that wont sink to the bottom of the data cell any suggestions on how i can get this to work ?

i have tried a few things but to no avail

regard Grant
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by:ManoloMA
ID: 2725532
Have you try to use in the cell 'TD' the valign parmeter?

<TD valign="middle"> or
<TD valign="bottom"> or
<TD valign="top">
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by:the_q58
ID: 2725553
Did you look at the html ?

i have tried that solution to no avail
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by:ManoloMA
ID: 2725609
I have see the html, but I don't see wich is the image you are talking about.
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by:the_q58
ID: 2725616
the one in the bottom left there is a fine gap between it and the area below .. creating unwanted white space
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by:ManoloMA
ID: 2725647
OK:

I think the best you can do is tu create a new row in the TABLE, in the left TD and right TD put rowspan="2", and in the TD where are the two tablecorner images, put two rows:

<TABLE>
  <TR><TD rowspan="2">
  <TR><TD valign="top"><--- IMG1
      <TD valign="bottom"><--- IMG2
  <TR><TD rowspan="2">
</TABLE>
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by:ManoloMA
ID: 2725675
Sorry, this is not the good answer, try with the next:

<TABLE>
  <TR><TD rowspan="2">
      <TD valign="top"><--- IMG1
       <TD rowspan="2">
  <TR><TD valign="bottom"><--- IMG2
</TABLE>


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by:the_q58
ID: 2725733
alas that was no help .... no other ideas ?
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astevens earned 100 total points
ID: 2726247
I think that I might have solved your problem.  I've loaded a version with my modifications at:

http://4serendipity.com/den.html

Let me know if you have any other questions.

Andrew
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by:hkmdj
ID: 2726275
That looks good, may I also suggest some non breaking spaces before your select statement to move the drop down list into your images.

<FORM name="selecter">
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; <SELECT name="select1">
 <OPTION selected>Select a Drug</OPTION>

right on right on
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by:messentary
ID: 2726294
Try this.  It works for me.  (using your counter code for a code placement):

<!-- BEGIN FASTCOUNTER CODE
                              <A href="http://member.bcentral.com/cgi-bin/fc/fastcounter-login?1777592" target="_top"><IMG border="0" src="http://fastcounter.bcentral.com/fastcounter?1777592+3555191"></A>
                              END FASTCOUNTER CODE --><!-- End of sub Table Display Area  -->        </td>
      </tr>
      <tr>
        <td valign="bottom"><img alt border="0" height="23" src="images/tablecorner_bl.gif"
        width="23" valign="bottom"></td>
      </tr>
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by:the_q58
ID: 2750020
Thanks everyone :)

so what was causing the prob ... just the table border ?
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