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Table background behavior in Netscape

Posted on 2001-06-04
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Does anyone know how I can solve the problem I'm having on the following page:

http://www.raibledesigns.com/clients/nearstar/installFlash.html

It only happens in Netscape, and it seems that it tries to repeat the table background for each <tr> - when I just want the background to exist for the <table>.

Thanks,

Matt
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That's Netscape :-)

The way to solve that is by setting each cell to background="".

Regards,
CJ
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Thanks - it worked!
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Glad to be of service!

regards,
CJ
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