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- Hans Nieser
September 14, 2004, 2:45 pm
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(except for displaying tabular data ofcourse). I'm quite pleased with
the results in terms of cross browser compatibility and my HTML looks a
hell of a lot cleaner this way.
However I've run into an issue where I get some kind of padding or
margin around images in Mozila Firefox and it seems impossible for me
to remove them. Example page is online here:
The problem is the vertical space between the top header image
(header_top.png) and the bunch of images (header_bottom_*.png &
tabs_*.png) below it, that form the lower part of the header and the
tabbar. I've tried all sorts of things ranging from putting everything
in DIVs to explicitly setting margin and padding to 0 px on all elements
involved to no avail.
Even though it looks just fine in Internet Explorer, I'm going to assume
here that Firefox isn't to blame, but rather my incomplete understanding
Can anyone tell me what is going on here?, and/or perhaps give me any
ideas on other ways to deal with this without having to revert to using
Thanks in advance,