[thelist] Image Alignment in Netscape - It's Me Again!

Brown, Robert Robert.Brown at lot21.com
Mon Nov 13 13:57:05 CST 2000

Seen this one many times...

Place the form on the outside of the TD


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From: Gregory.John.Toland at census.gov
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Subject: [thelist] Image Alignment in Netscape - It's Me Again!

Now I have an additional alignment problem.  If you could look at
http://www.census.gov/acs/test/index.html.  If I take out the
section the third row aligns up fine.  But with the <form>...</form> section
included I get what you are seeing (The form seems to increase the height of
third column.  Any ideas?


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11/13/2000 01:14 PM ---------------------------

Gregory John Toland on 11/13/2000 11:18:31 AM

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Subject:  Image Alignment in Netscape

I have the following code.  Can someone please tell me how to get the top
bottom images to align next to each other.  In IE 5.01 SP1 it looks great.
However, in Netscape 4.7 there is a white line in between the images.  How
do I
get the images to "bump" up to each other?  I have tried many different ways
using the align= attribute.  Please help!!!  Any help would be great!  :)

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN"


   <title>Home Page</title>

   <table width="767" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0">
         <td width="767" height="23" colspan="2">
            <img border="0" height="23" src="file:///D:\Temp\USCensus.jpg"
                 width="767" align="absbottom">
         <td width="134" height="116">
            <img border="0" height="116"
         <td width="633" height="116">
            <img border="0" height="116"


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