CSS HTML and an image problem

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I will keep this short and sweet. I have a table with 3 rows and 3
columns.  The top row contains colums for the left corner image, the
center image that is x-repeated, and the right corner image. the same
goes for the bottom row. the middle row contains the y-repeated left
border, the image, then the y-repeated right border. In the very center
row and column looks has the TD tags thenan A HREF tag with an IMG SRC
as the link portion of the A HREF tag. Each tag is closed out and
everything displays nearly what it should be. However, in IE this page
is fine, in Firefox there is a three pixel white space below the image.
 You can see the problem here: "http://justinvoelker.com/photogallery "
It doesn't make any sense and what's even more confusing is when you
click on the image (since it is a link) that three pixel space "lights
up" as if it were part of the link. If anyone can look at the source
and tell me what the heck is going on I would be forever greatful. If
you need it, the style sheet can be found at:
"http://justinvoelker.com/additionalfiles/styles.css " Thank you so much
and I apologize for this whole thing being so messy. Normall I'm not
like this but I just want to get this fixed for I have other things to
do. Thanks a million.

Re: CSS HTML and an image problem

Justin.Voelker wrote:

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Ah yes, the old abusing tables for pretty borders trick. Nicer techniques
here: http://css-discuss.incutio.com/?page=RoundedCorners

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