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flash swfObject alignment

Posted on 2011-02-16
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Hi Experts,

I'm using swfObject to embed a flash element that sits in a table based page.  Before using swfObject the flash element was sitting between the table rows without any apparent margin/padding or space between them.  (see attachments)

Now after using swfObject with the same dims, there is a space above and below the flash element.  The souce doesn't show and margin or padding applied (using IE dev tools to view).  So what could be causing this?

The td has a div inside that is filled using the swfObject method.  Seems like padding or something?

BTW I tried a quick inline style for the div in the td,  margin:0 & padding:0 and it didn't make any diff.

thanks,

HNM
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edchipman earned 500 total points
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Do you have a demo I can have a look at, it's possible that its a style being applied to the embed or object tag.
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by:HelpNearMe
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I got rid of the stupid tables and used divs & external css... works perfect now.  thanks anyway
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