Thanks for the tip. The use of tables is my client's request. He's too afraid to exclude those who won't be able to see it properly. I tried to convince him otherwise, but he was firm. The inline styles are just for my own tweaking purposes -- I'll put them in the external once I have it working properly.

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on 3/17/2005 10:31 AM Bert Doorn said the following:

that in Firefox and IE (on XP) the image doesn't show up in exactly the same place, so the blending background is off-set. Right now, it looks good in Firefox, but not IE. Is there something I can do to guarantee that image's position on the site, regardless of the browser? The guitar is the image in question, saved as a PNG-8 Transparency.

Remove the spaces in the html for the header. MSIE is making it taller, most likely because of those spaces. Make it:

<td ...><div...><img ... /></div></td>

Apart from that, while it does not answer your question, I can't see why you would use a table for such a simple layout, and the inline styles should really go into the external style sheet.

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