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    Cool Problem with individual page

    Roight.

    If you head to http://www.new.3genergi.co.uk/index....=webpage&id=16
    Username:newsite
    Password:123newsite

    In IE, the images fill each cell,like they should having told them each to be an individual size, in FF they are doing what they want.

    Any help would be top notch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyArmstrong View Post
    Roight.

    If you head to http://www.new.3genergi.co.uk/index....=webpage&id=16
    Username:newsite
    Password:123newsite

    In IE, the images fill each cell,like they should having told them each to be an individual size, in FF they are doing what they want.

    Any help would be top notch.

    Cheers

    Andy
    On my laptop with IE 7 the top left menu grid (Home Page ;Services etc.) is displaced to the right about 3mm.

    1024 x 728 screen

    This from my PC - same screen settings.

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    Frank
    Last edited by effpeetee; 08-07-2007 at 03:30 PM. Reason: Extra illus.
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    You fell upon the second last problem with the site see my other thread!!!!!

    However just use another browser for now on this problem!
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    Try removing the <br /> after the image? It looks like you have too much space at the top of the box, which is pushing the whole td down higher than the image, which is the right size.
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    there are none programmed in the code window (using a cms) however I have tried deleting al white space as well, to no avail
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    Last edited by effpeetee; 08-07-2007 at 04:33 PM.
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    try changing your table td align to vertical-align: top; it might move it up, in your style sheet, i dont know how to fix it in your cms

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    tried that, its not alignment issue.
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    it seems like its your font size thats messing it, if you use youse decrease font size tool on the site you see that it ends up fitting it. So My guess is that the problems from the text part of the table and not the image part, the image part is just being expanded to fix the text.

    I dont know though, its been a long long day.

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    Code:
    <table bordercolor="black" border="1" bgcolor="#80807a">
    	<tbody>
    		<tr>
    			<td>
    				<a href="index.php?module=webpage&amp;id=9"><img width="98" height="90" style="float: left;" alt="" src="themes/default/img/overview4small.jpg" /></a>
    			</td>
    			<td onclick="document.location.href=&#39;index.php?module=webpage&#39;id=9&#39;;" style="cursor: pointer;"><br />            <h2>Pyrtec</h2>            <p>From 350 to 1,250 kW, moving grate with facility control system for pellets, wood chips and waste wood.</p>            
    			</td>
    		</tr>
    I can see a br in there, which is why, I think, your text isn't starting at the top of the <td>
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    I have tried removing it - but its only there in the source once the page has parsed....
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