Discussion in 'General Software Discussion' started by Malus, Jun 28, 2002.
The gaps between the images on this page?
I did some table <TD valign="top"> and moved your image map code down to line 41,42 and it seem to clean up the mis-alignment. Hope it helps here is a link to the revised code for your page so you can see the difference.
That won't work. I did it anyway, but it still doesn't work. Valign deosn't really even seem to work anymore, and I don't see a valid reason to more the image map or insert a tbody tag.
Try putting the image directly in a table cell using the <img> tags specifying border="0"
Whilst I'm at it, it's a good idea to start coding towards xHTML 1.0 compliance - which means all tag names in lower case and every attribute value encapsulated in quotes
Mine was programmed that way, ed's source code destroyed it (or maybe it was the server).
I think I fixed it. Try it now.
Damnit, doesn't work in Mozilla. Back to the drawing board.
Renders perfectly now, aside from a large gap underneath the menu - unless thats on purpose
Wait, try it now. Absolute positioning rocks.
Still doesn't work in Mozilla. . . sigh.[/edit]
Might be because Mozilla is running in quirks mode.
If you're using IE6 then try moving your XHTML from Transitional to Strict
This forces both browsers to position correctly to W3C specs - although IE still wont do it perfectly
I think I finally fixed it.
Perfik m8, perfik
Sorry It didnt work but it previewed fine in ie 6.0
That's ok, I've had some tell me it worked and others that told me it didn't.
Separate names with a comma.