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text field vertical align in IE vs. Mozilla

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In the header of a site I am developing, I have a logo, text, some images and a form with a text field.  In one <tr> tag I have 9 <td> tags, seven of the <td> tags have images and the last two have a form text field and an search button image.

Problem:  When I view in IE, the form "textfield" is forced to the top expanding the table cell.  Therefore, now not aligning with the search button and the rest of the row.  In Mozilla, if views perfectly.  Please help because I am pulling my hair out and I don't have much left.

thanks,

Dave
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Hi Dave,
You could try setting a style like form { padding: 0; margin: 0; }
Let me know if that helps,
hc.
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