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Posted on 2011-09-27
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HI Experts

I have an issue display a home page I have setup with a table.  The page displays fine in Mozilla but not in IE.  I have attached the table code I have used.  I have also attached a copy of the page as it looks in IE, as you can see not quite right.  Any help would be appreciated here.  As mentioned in Mozilla the page is displayed no problem!

Thanks
<table width="875" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" >
<tr>
<td colspan="8"><img src="/Images/milkrite splash 2011/0094mr_fr_gen_splashpage_c_NEW_r1_c1.jpg " alt="milk-rite milk liners" width="875" height="293" /></td>
</tr>


<tr>
<td><img src="/Images/milkrite splash 2011/0094mr_fr_gen_splashpage_c_NEW_r2_c1.jpg" alt="dairy tubing" width="215" height="32" /></td>
<td colspan="2"><a href=":::assetfullpath.shortcutid-388712:::"><img src="/Images/milkrite splash 2011/0094mr_fr_gen_splashpage_c_NEW_r2_c2.jpg" alt="milk-rite europe" width="135" height="32" /></a></td>
<td><img src="/Images/milkrite splash 2011/0094mr_fr_gen_splashpage_c_NEW_r2_c3.jpg" alt="milk inflations" width="20" height="32" /></td>
<td><a href=":::assetfullpath.shortcutid-388769:::"><img src="/Images/milkrite splash 2011/0094mr_fr_gen_splashpage_c_NEW_r2_c4.jpg" alt="milk-rite USA" width="135" height="32" /></a></td>
<td><img src="/Images/milkrite splash 2011/0094mr_fr_gen_splashpage_c_NEW_r2_c5.jpg" alt="milking liners" width="20" height="32" /></td>
<td><a href=":::assetfullpath.shortcutid-388724:::"><img src="/Images/milkrite splash 2011/0094mr_fr_gen_splashpage_c_NEW_r2_c6.jpg" alt="milk-rite International" width="135" height="32" /></a></td>
<td><img src="/Images/milkrite splash 2011/0094mr_fr_gen_splashpage_c_NEW_r2_c7.jpg" alt="milk tubing" width="215" height="32" /></td>
</tr>


<tr>
<td><img src="/Images/milkrite splash 2011/0094mr_fr_gen_splashpage_c_NEW_r3_c1.jpg" alt="milk-rite" width="215" height="44" /></td>
<td><a href=":::assetfullpath.shortcutid-388712:::"><img src="/Images/milkrite splash 2011/0094mr_fr_gen_splashpage_c_NEW_r3_c2_r1_c1.jpg" alt="milk-rite UK" width="67" height="44" /></a></td>
<td><a href="http://www.milk-rite.fr"><img src="/Images/milkrite splash 2011/0094mr_fr_gen_splashpage_c_NEW_r3_c2_r1_c2.jpg" alt="milk-rite France" width="68" height="44" /></a></td>
<td><img src="/Images/milkrite splash 2011/0094mr_fr_gen_splashpage_c_NEW_r3_c3.jpg" alt="milk-rite liners" width="20" height="44" /></td>
<td><img src="/Images/milkrite splash 2011/0094mr_fr_gen_splashpage_c_NEW_r3_c4.jpg" alt="milk-rite tubing" width="135" height="44" /></td>
<td><img src="/Images/milkrite splash 2011/0094mr_fr_gen_splashpage_c_NEW_r3_c5.jpg" alt="milk-rite cluster exchange" width="20" height="44" /></td>
<td><img src="/Images/milkrite splash 2011/0094mr_fr_gen_splashpage_c_NEW_r3_c6.jpg" alt="dairy equipment" width="135" height="44" /></td>
<td><img src="/Images/milkrite splash 2011/0094mr_fr_gen_splashpage_c_NEW_r3_c7.jpg" alt="dairy technology" width="215" height="44" /></td>
</tr>


<tr>
<td colspan="8"><img src="/Images/milkrite splash 2011/0094mr_fr_gen_splashpage_c_NEW_r4_c1.jpg" alt="" width="875" height="348" /></td>
</tr>

</table>

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by:Eyal
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can you post a link to the page?
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by:Dave Baldwin
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You might try making 'margin' and 'padding' = 0 on all the images in that table.
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by:chas805
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Hi link:

www.milk-rite.com

So for the padding and margin do I create a class and apply the class to the table row?
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by:Eyal
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in the style put

#content-container table, #content-container table tr td{
padding:0px;
margin:0px;
}
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by:chas805
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Hi applied the css to the syle but still no joy :(
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Tom Beck earned 2000 total points
ID: 36708964
I added this:

img {border:0}

to your style section and achieved the results below. Is that what you are looking for?
Milk-rite.jpg
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by:chas805
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Excellent Thankyou, that done the trick :)....
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