Re: Ideas?

by "Cyanide _7" <leo7278(at)hotmail.com>

 Date:  Mon, 14 Feb 2000 18:02:15 CST
 To:  Fred_Kuhne(at)vonrollisola-usa.com
 Cc:  hwg-languages(at)hwg.org
  todo: View Thread, Original
actually took a look at the site this time. the problem is that you have 
marginheight and marginwidth only set in the frameset, this belongs in the 
BODY tag of the second frame. clears up beautifully. - Cyanide_7

>
>Thanks for the suggestions.. however, they didn't fix the problem.  I have 
>taken
>the frameset page, both pages in the frames and reduced each of them to one
>continuous line with no line feeds and no spaces between tags.  Still get 
>the
>space.  I have all cellspacing and framspacing, borders, margins, etc. set 
>to 0.
>This is killing me. . such a simple little thing.. ugh!!!!!!!!!
>
>Please continue the suggestions.
>
>Fred Kuhne
>
>
>
>
>
>"Cyanide _7" <leo7278(at)hotmail.com> on 02/11/2000 07:33:30 PM
>
>To:   mheliker(at)ncrel.org
>cc:   Fred Kuhne/VRI-USA@VRI-USA, hwg-languages(at)hwg.org
>
>Subject:  Re: Ideas?
>
>
>
>
>its not a matter of putting them all on one line, but eliminating all 
>spaces
>between the tags. Netscape renders only the first white space between
>content and HTML tags that include content. therefore spaces inside the td
>tag are rendered (thats the one pixel you see) but space between tr and td
>are not. i usually take the ending "greater than" sign of a tag and move it
>to the next line, or separate a tag at attributes. keeps the HTML 
>formatting
>nice looking as well as the final product. also, it may be easier to take
>the CENTER tags out and use the align attribute of the TD tag in this case:
>
><TD width=600 colspan=6 align="center"
>   ><IMG src="graphics/image_header.gif" alt="Von Roll Isola"
>   width=300 height=40 border=0
> ></TD>
>
>this effectively eliminates all whitespace in the TD tag. - Cyanide_7
>
>
> >When I am putting images together with tables I make sure that the </TD>
> >tag
> >is on the same line with the image with no spaces.
> >
> >I took the following from your code:
> >
> >
> >
> >I would write it like so:(all on one line, or so the </TD> is NOT on a 
>new
> >line.)
> >
> >
> >         <TD width=600 colspan=6><CENTER><IMG
> >src="graphics/image_header.gif"
> >alt="Von Roll Isola" width=300 height=40 border=0></CENTER></TD>
> >
> >If the </TD> tag is on the next line, I find that NN will put a one or 
>two
> >pixel space after the image and it will never be flush together. I move 
>the
> >tag to the end of the line and it works great. It shouldn't matter, but 
>it
> >does.
> >
> >HTH,
> >
> >michael
> >
> >
> > > From: "Fred Kuhne" <Fred_Kuhne(at)vonrollisola-usa.com>
> > > Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2000 15:55:33 -0500
> > > To: hwg-languages(at)hwg.org
> > > Subject: Ideas?
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > Please take a look at
> > > http://www.menzo.com/vri/index.shtml
> > >
> > > Can you tell me why the menu at the left displays differently in
> >Microsoft and
> > > Netscape?  Netscape is inserting an inappropriate space of 
>approximately
> >1
> > > pixel
> > > above and to the left of the menu..
> > >
> > > Thanks!
> > >
> > > Fred Kuhne
> > >
> >
>
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