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December 18, 2005, 7:11 pm
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Hi there, thanks to anyone in advance who can help me with this.
I am creating an HTML page with extensive CSS and table formatting; one
thing that is driving me absolutely bats**t crazy is that I have a
in one cell. Upon insertion of the script, IE takes it upon itself to
stretch the cell vertically by a few pixels, without explanation. The
cell's width and height are manually set by pixel (width="xx
', height="yy"). The length of the document.write isn't long enough to
stretch the cell out of shape.
Is there a way for me to get around this?
If you'd like to see the source, please shoot me an e-mail or post.
- Jukka K. Korpela
December 19, 2005, 4:24 pm
You are not making it easy to help you, when you don't post the URL.
Your page is most probably broken by design, when considered as a World
Wide Web page. You are probably generating a wrong date with wrong
(unreliable) tools, in a place where no date is needed. You could show
that I'm wrong by showing the URL and explaining why the date should be
happens to work.
You have probably met the White Space Bug. But since you want to hide
your source, I will hide my technical advice behind some obscurity
(though in a manner that should be more easily solvable than the URL of
Yes, start learning the basics of good WWW authoring.
No, I think I won't.