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CSS Messing With Images

Thread began 3/15/2010 1:23 pm by andy245039 | Last modified 3/15/2010 8:29 pm by Jimmy Wu | 584 views | 5 replies |

andy245039

CSS Messing With Images

I have created a new template that includes a header and footer call. The problem that is driving me crazy is that somewhere in one of the css sheets there is a call to create a space I believe below a <TR> can anyone tell me where that call is?

See the attached image as an example

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neilo

Can you post a link to a page where we can see and diagnose this problem?

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andy245039

Css Space

I don't have the site up as I am still running it on my local test server. I do know that the source code does not display any spacing and it looks fine in the design mode of Dreamweaver. So I am thinking that it must be a call from the common.css or default.css but for the life of me I can't seem to pin point it.

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Jimmy Wu

What browser are you looking at the page in?

Also, can you post up the page that you are getting this layout error in so I can take a look at it?

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andy245039

I am Looking at it in both Safari and Firefox - both are showing the same issue.

Here is the link to the page that I have put up Logo isn't showing because it is using a full path on my testing server which I just realized that powerstore doesn't use the path from the directory root.

contactus.php


Thanks in advance for your help. I don't usually program with DW templates i usually use header and footer php calls. I don't know if this is because of the template but I am sure that it has to do with a css rule somewhere.

Andy

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Jimmy Wu

For the bottom of the area, if you set the line-height to 2px then it seems to show up correctly. And for the top if you set the td to have style="line-height: 0px; height: 1px;" the top seems to show up correctly.

As for the general layout of your page, you shouldn't use a table to layout your page. You should use divs to layout the page. If you used divs, you shouldn't have this issue. Tables should only be used to display data.

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