Hey clive. My first message was held, and if it's released, i apologize for the double post! I've learned that by putting both a style attribute and a size attribute, that you can make sure NN4 doesn't make the fields longer than they should be. Browsers that take full advantage of CSS will ignore the size and use the style, while NN4 (and other old browsers that are the bane of my existance) will ignore the style tag, and use the width. I wasn't too carefull making sure that my size and style tags made it so both types of browsers would render the fields exactly the same width. I could have if I cared about NN4 enough. =p I just want it to not break the line after the form fields! I have a deadline in 2 hours to hand this over to the client to make live tomorrow. My fix is going to have to be to make a sub table, and put these fields in a bunch of td's in one row. If anyone has an explanation of why NN does this, I'd be curious. In any case, thanks for all the help! Thanks all, adam ------- Adam: I've had a similar problem with forms in NN4. It seems that no matter how specifically I try to define the actual width of an input box, NN4 makes it significantly wider than other browsers. That's consistent with the phone number textboxes in your screenshots (although I can't see why it doesn't leave the first two together on one line). However, I notice in the screenshots that your other textboxes (First Name, etc.) are shorter in NN7 than in NN4. What have you done differently there? ... clive --------- Thanks for the suggestion. I had tried this as well, and even as one line with no spaces, or line breaks, NN4 *still* puts each form field on a separate line. There is sufficient width in the cell, it's just inserting a break for no reason that I can think of! Can anybody offer any other suggestions or explanations? Here's a couple pics of the form. One correct in NN7, and one inccorrect in NN4. http://www.breadweb.net/staging/nn4.jpg http://www.breadweb.net/staging/nn7.jpg bread_man "Ein halber Laib ist besser als gar kein Brot." bread_man "Ein halber Laib ist besser als gar kein Brot."