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NS 4.x "features" additional spacing for my cells

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heres the problematic code...  the problem is that ns4 is adding what appears to be cellspacing or padding so there is a 2px space between each of images.

pages looks fine in ie and higher versions of ns im just trying to support some old aol users and the un-upgraded.

actual page link is
http://www.digitalgnosis.com/tht/template.htm


<!-- MAIN TABLE -->
     <TABLE cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="100%">
     <!-- LEFT HEADER -->
          <TR>    
               <TD width="125" height="100" bgcolor="#009000"><IMG border="0" src="images/thtlogosmall.gif" width="100" height="100"></TD>     <!-- MIDDLE HEADER -->
               <TD bgcolor="#009000" align="right" valign="bottom" width="100%"><IMG border="0" src="images/middletop.jpg" width="525" height="100"></TD>     <!-- RIGHT HEADER -->
               <TD bgcolor="#009900" align="left" valign="bottom" width="150"><IMG border="0" src="images/righttop.jpg" width="150" height="100"></TD>
          </TR>

ive searched and seached for a solution. but for the life of me its going to make me break something soon.

im about to accept that the design will not "degrade gracefully"

=*(

thanks for any help at all

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by:AmericanDogma
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Do you have a link to the page so we can view the actaull error. The code above looks fine (excpet for the missing </table> which i assume you just didnt paste)

Usualy NS spacing issues are caused by not having all the elements within a <td> on one line  However above you have all the elemenst on one line. make sure this is the way you have it in your actaull source code.

AND AGAIN a link might help if you can provide one.

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whammy earned 200 total points
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Try adding:

border="0"

to your table tag with those two top images in it.

:-)
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by:emseabrown
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ugh, problem fixed.

its always the simple things...
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