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7-24-02, 06:59 AM
I have a layout that is in the works, and it looks fine in IE, but in Netscape, it appears that the height attribute that I add to the table cell doesn't apply. It is the top cell that I'm having the problem with. I've left in the borders on the table just so it is easier to see the problem... Thanks in advance!
7-24-02, 10:41 AM
It looks fine for me in both browsers. The top-margin is a little smaller in Netscape...but there's still a nice-lookin' space there.
Where do you see a difference??
In IE.The top table cells connects with the bottom cell making it look as if it were one...But,in netscape,Theirs a little space under your top design disconnecting from the bottom.Its sorta strange because all your table attributes in IE and netscape are the same.
7-24-02, 05:41 PM
I'm using Netscape 6.2.3 and its coming up fine. I don't see any gaps...they only thing I see is that the left and right fades (from white to blue) are a little off.
Netscape is a pain to get right...I use IE for everything...and nothing ticks me off more than checking it on Netscape and its messed up.
I don't see anything wrong...but if you do...maybe use the Netscape site creator to make your page and see what they do differently.
7-24-02, 08:40 PM
I need the top cell to only be the size of the header, but it's bigger, despite the fact that I've added the height attribute for the cell, and so the graphic is aligning itself in the middle of the cell so it doesn't connect with the rest of the page...
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