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    weird cellpadding glitch... maybe?

    I've been playing around with some scripting as I learn, but I've got what looks like a simple html or CSS issue that I can't get rid of. There's some cellpadding or spacing or other issue on the page that I want set flush. It's creating a gap that's noticeable horizontally on the main page, and it can be seen in the subpages where the "drip" is separating from the image above.

    It seems to be the bottom of the top cell that's goofing up.

    I tried dropping a bit of CSS to get rid of it, but still it shows.I've changed image alignment. I've gone through the code, and I've even dropped it into Dreamweaver to see if I could adjust it there.

    It's messy lookin' code, because I'm still learning things. But maybe somebody can spot the goof-up? You can see it at http://www.mergecreate.com (the code's too long to drop in here)

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    It's that mysterious gap and cab be cured by adding
    Code:
    td img{float:left; /* or display:block;*/}
    to your CSS.

    PS: Don't you know why using tables for layout is stupid?
    The Dream is not what you see in sleep; Dream is the thing which doesn't let you sleep. --(Dr. APJ. Abdul Kalam)


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