View Full Version : Problems with Height in CSS

09-15-2007, 07:32 PM
Hello and thanks for reading - could really use some help right now.
Have been doing a page on my Mac, looks great of course in Mozilla but in IE on mac and PC there is some extra space, I tried to get rid of it by specifying height but no luck --

My CSS file snippet is:

.navigation {

My php snippet is:

<td class="navigation"> <!-- Logo/Navigation -->
<?php include("nav.php"); ?>

[yes, I'm using a table, does that mean you'll disown me?]

Even in IE this loads fine on some pages, and on others there is a varying amount of black space below.

Any ideas???
Thanks SO much! --

09-15-2007, 08:35 PM
can you post the code of the include/ it might be something in there.

and we won't disown you but your inheritance just got a lot smaller ;)

09-15-2007, 11:34 PM
Hi! Thanks. So, here is my include:

<table align=center>


<td><!-- this is the logo, which is also a link back to home-->

<center><a href="index.php"> <img src="/images/toplogo.gif" alt="BroadwayFest Logo" border="0"/></a></center>


<td><!-- this holds our nav bar-->
<?php include("fireworksnav.htm"); ?>


And the other include, the fireworksnav.htm, is a huge monster generated by Fireworks. The thing that baffles me the most is that this is a shell for about 5 pages, and on some they load up nice and on others (in IE) there is ugly space under my nav before the next cell.

09-16-2007, 07:42 AM
You might try eliminating all whitespace in your html where IE is messing things up. For whatever reason IE sometimes adds visual space there.


09-16-2007, 07:37 PM
but thanks very much for the suggestion. I appreciate it.