[thelist] Little <img> tag problem

Rodrigo Galindez rodrigo at cedha.org.ar
Thu Dec 4 19:23:18 CST 2003

  Thanks for your help. I removed the <br> tags in the code, and added the
property "float: left;" to all the images within the content div, and that
fixed the problem.
  By the way, is this a problem with Mozilla FB or something ?

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
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Paul Bennett" <paul at teltest.com>
To: <thelist at lists.evolt.org>
Sent: Thursday, December 04, 2003 9:11 PM
Subject: Re: [thelist] Little <img> tag problem

> 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
> >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
> >the page, but when I try it on Mozilla Firebird, it seems to put a
> >space between the images. I don't know if I explained well the problem,
> >anyways you can visit the page to see what the problem is. I don't know
> >the problem is because i use the <br> tag to separate each group of
> >or what. Is there any CSS solution to this ? Thanks in advance,
> >
> Rodrigo - the break tag does seem to cause the line spacing in Mozilla.
> A possible solution is to give your content div a specific width, which
> will automatically "wrap" the images to the next line and will negate
> the ned for a break tag.
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