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    IE css 4 pixel margin bug?

    can anyone help, please!
    http://mikesbikes.com/
    in IE the graphic about lights on the home page is 2 separate images because of our CMS system, any ideas how to make them fit together properly in IE?
    Thanks for any help

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    OMG! Tables are very bad for layout.

    Try adding
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    *{margin:0;padding:0}
    into your CSS.
    btw, which is your CMS?

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    Cool

    just anywhere in the CSS?
    i know how bad it is, but we're stuck with it
    we're using smartetailing, a bike shop specific cms

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    didn't fix nothin'

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    hey kyle check out http://bonrouge.com/~home

    the have layouts and a few IE hacks ive had the same problem as you and thats where i went to fix it

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    still no solutions......

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    They don't fit together properly in Firefox 3.0.3 either. We've given you a place to look for a solutions but if you aren't going to try then what is the point? We are trying to help you. We aren't just going to give you code. There is a spacer td element there that needs to be removed.

    Code:
    <td class="sespacer">&nbsp;</td>
    Its near your image but because your code isn't exactly neat its hard to explain where its at.
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    actually I've attempted each option i've seen so far, from the first post to the inline displays and whatnot and nothing seems to break it, the worst part is that
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    <td class="sespacer">&nbsp;</td>
    isn't removable on my end... :-(

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    Well that is whats causing the problems. Is there not any way you can download the files and edit them yourself? Perhaps hire a professional?
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    no edit-ability on the HTML front sadly. no good ideas either, i COULD embed that graphic in a header and make it float over that space with absolute positioning but have NO idea how to do that...


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