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    Regular Coder bacterozoid's Avatar
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    Unhappy Stylesheet...getting unwanted spaces in table.

    Right here is a quite unfinished site: http://www25.brinkster.com/webservice01/

    If you notice under the flash file, there is some extra space in the table. What is accountable for this? I have set the table properties in an external CSS file (Here) and am unsure as to why I get the extra area there. Here is the code for the table, ID'd as 'header'

    Code:
    #header {
    	background-color:#008080;
    	width:100%;
    	height:0;
    	border-style:solid; 
    	border-width:0;
    	padding: 0
    	}
    I don't know that all of those tags are even right, but I want to attribute these things through CSS. Is there anything there that I should be using HTML for?

    Thanks.

    (The height:0; was an attempt to make the table as small as possible, following the flash file's height.)

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    Senior Coder Nightfire's Avatar
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    That's IE being a pain. Put everything in the td on one line

    <td><embed ... etc></td>

    That'll fix it

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    Regular Coder bacterozoid's Avatar
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    What...on earth...

    That is probably the most idiotic reason to get an error that I have ever seen...

    Thanks for the help...I thought it was something else, lol. Ah, go figure. It did it in Netscape too, by the way. (v6)


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