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Strange apprearance with FireFox

hi, take a look to this page with IE6 : http://ennixo.free.fr/test/
and then with FireFox 1

why doesn't it work with FireFox ?
i searched through the page for an error but i didn't find it :-(

note: this is only a test page for the appearance, any link you click will give you a 404
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ennixo
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ennixo
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seanpowellCommented:
It appears just to be a nested table/rowspan issue. I'll have a closer look, but the easiest fix here is to separate them.

Code fragment:


      </tr>
</table>
<table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="800">
      <!-- Source -->
      <tr id="messources_0" class="visible">


Sean
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ennixoAuthor Commented:
ok, it works well like that, thanx =)

it strange that ie works and not the others (i tried some other browsers : same result as FireFox)
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seanpowellCommented:
Table display is the most complex part of the rendering algorithm. It doesn't take much to get strange results...

Because there's so much going on there, FF just sort of gives up :-)

Sean
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ennixoAuthor Commented:
sorry for beeing so late, i thought i already accepted your answer...
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seanpowellCommented:
That's okay, and thanks for the A :-)

Sean
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