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A site I'm designing -- www.itravelplanners.com -- has some code that's working in IE, but broken in Netscape.

Specifically, see the "wrap" graphics that look fine in IE, but have either a white line where graphics
don't meet or (at the bottom) the graphics in the tables are pushed out and look out of whack.

Please view source on homepage and suggest edits.

Thanks!
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Get rid of any height specs in the cells or the tables.
Get rid of any border attributes in styles (in the TD/TABLE tags they're fine).
Get rid of any nbsp in the tables -- I saw at least one which would force an image either over or down. Also get rid of any breaks or spaces between the td and img tags - Netscape often adds a space/gap when you do that.
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Thanks very much!  That is good information to know.
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