[thelist] Little <img> tag problem

Joshua Hmielowski jhmielowski at comcast.net
Thu Dec 4 18:18:36 CST 2003

that is interesting that one browser looks at the breaks and uses them 
and the other does not.
this has to be your problem cause each row has five images and after 
every 5th image you have a <br>.
I find it better to use layout Tables and layout cells within a WYSIWYG 
(what you see is what you get )
software to remedy this.
You can position where you want your tables and put your images within 
Writing hand code for tables and cells is time consuming.
  I do not use much of css for layout and cannot help you there.


On Thursday, December 4, 2003, at 02:52 PM, Rodrigo Galindez wrote:

> Hello list,
>   Im just starting with my CSS issues. I have a little question. In 
> this
> site http://www.cedha.org.ar/desarrollo/index_new.html im using just 
> <img>
> tags to show 30 images (slices of a big image) with no css at all. The
> problem is, when I see the site under IE6PC, the browser seems to 
> render ok
> the page, but when I try it on Mozilla Firebird, it seems to put a 
> "blank"
> space between the images. I don't know if I explained well the 
> problem, but
> anyways you can visit the page to see what the problem is. I don't 
> know if
> the problem is because i use the <br> tag to separate each group of 
> images,
> or what. Is there any CSS solution to this ? Thanks in advance,
> Rodrigo Galindez
> Information Management Assistant
> Center for Human Rights and Environment (CEDHA)
> Gral Paz 186 10 A
> 5000 - Cordoba - Argentina
> Tel/fax 54-351-4256278
> rodrigo at cedha.org.ar
> www.cedha.org.ar
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