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Posted on 2010-08-19
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Ok, I've read all the Google search results for lines between images and have tried applying display:block on the img tag and have tried removing any whitespace between html, but this one problem persists, so it's a tough one.

This is only a problem on FireFox for Mac (my version is 3.6.8)

You can see an example of the problem here:
http://g2.minisage.com/include/topnav/topnav_test.htm

This is just a simple 1 row, 2 column table, with an image in each table, yet there is a line between the 2 images.

Calling all geniuses, this one has me pulling my hair out :) How can I code around this using just CSS?
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Actually I do not see the problem, is it possible that you have zoomed in on the browser?  Maybe try to reset the view to 100%.
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You should not even need the style for this table, it should work without it.

style="display:inline;"
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by:rascal
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You are a wizard! My browser was indeed set to zoom in mode and that caused it! Wow - very intuitive of you!
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