One more thing... I have discovered that the problem is caused by the
links: <a href="...">...</a>
For some reason, the <a> tags cause an extra space below the images.
On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 01:36:02AM -0400, Daniel Carrera wrote:
> Hi all,
> I know that this isn't a web-page-help list, but I am totally stuck, I've
> spent all night trying to solve a problem that shouldn't be there, and
> there is no appropriate mailing list that is dedicated to this. Since
> this list has a high concentration of people knowledgable of HTML, I hope
> someone will be kind enough to help.
> I've volunteered to make a website:
> It uses tables.
> There is a background image that is split into chunks, each is placed on a
> table cell. The table has border 0, so all the chunks should fit together
> They don't.
> I have searched everywhere, and I have done everything I can think of and
> there are still spaces between the images which wrecks the entire effect.
> Someone in this list must have had this problem before. I hope that
> someone will be kind enough to point out a solution. I am totally at a
> loss here. I just don't know what to do at this point. The page SHOULD
> look fine.
> Thank you very much.
> Daniel Carrera, Math PhD student at UMD. PGP KeyID: 9AF77A88
> .-"~~~"-. On the menu of a Swiss restaurant:
> / O O \ "Our wines leave you nothing to hope for"
> : s :
> \ \___/ / Sign outside a Hong Kong tailor shop:
> `-.___.-' "Ladies may have a fit upstairs"
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Daniel Carrera, Math PhD student at UMD. PGP KeyID: 9AF77A88
.-"~~~"-. On the menu of a Swiss restaurant:
/ O O \ "Our wines leave you nothing to hope for"
: s :
\ \___/ / Sign outside a Hong Kong tailor shop:
`-.___.-' "Ladies may have a fit upstairs"
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