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Posted on 2011-03-06
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I have created a landing page for Facebook using css.  For some reason there are a couple of small white spaces showing only in firefox.  Can anyone tell me why?  the spaces are under the text for "Quality" and "Service"

The link to the facebook page is :https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bright-Ideas-Web-Design/181593341885111?sk=app_4949752878

The link to my css file is:  http://www.brightideaswebdesign.com/bright-ideas-images/fb/fbstyle.css

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by:Dave Baldwin
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I don't see it, here's a screen shot.  Since it's all images, no text, I'd just make it one image.  Loads faster that way too.
BrightEyes.jpg
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by:SSupreme
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I cannot see any spaces under "Quality" and "Service" images.
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by:GregArnott
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As above, I am not seeing the spaces as described. (Firefox 4.0b12 as test).

Have you considered clearing cache or a forced refresh in case older versions of images were present?

Your styling is also presenting an aggressive approach towards layout, with all the images being displayed using absolute positioning. Dave is right - it'd be simpler to load as a single image, as well as being faster with less chance of errors.
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by:brightsusan
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Thanks... I'll clear the cache and see what's going on...

I will have links to a couple of the images so I to leave it as separate images.
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I might still leave the big image as a single image and use transparent gifs to anchor the links over the main image.  I don't know if that will work on that page or not.
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by:brightsusan
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Thanks DaveBaldwin.... thats a great idea.  I've just started working with FBML and it's not fun!  I'll see if that will work with their system.
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