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Posted on 2006-07-15
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Been playing with Dreamweaver 8.

I dunno.  I added a new link image in the left-hand panel of my website, and now--at least in IE6--I have a tiny, one-pixel-thick space in the right-hand margin of my website.

I got this template for free and don't want to ditch it, though I seem to have these problems often.  Can anyone look at this page in my website in IE6, and tell me how I fix the hairline-thin (horizontal) gap in the right margin?

   http://www.breckryker.com/index.html

Thanks a lot.
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Eternal_Student earned 125 total points
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ok, really you should be using divs and background images here. That is the fundamental problem.

A quick fix would be to do this:

<TD colSpan=2 rowSpan=8 valign="bottom"><IMG height=277 alt="" src="main-image.jpg" width=615></TD>

But I would seriously think about using background images and floated divs for layout.

Also validate your html/css code @ w3.org

http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/
http://validator.w3.org/
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by:bryker
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Thanks!  This is a template I bought, and I don't really have the energy to overhaul it.  I appreciate that advice, though, which probably helps me more than the quick-fix in the long run.

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