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<table border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0">.
Use those aswell to make all cells join together without any gaps..
I had removed the td end tags because I read somewhere that they create gaps. I didn't see any difference and forgot to put them back..
I put your code and the right image has moved a lot towards the center on my (old) browser, is OK on another (newer type), there are no gaps on this right side but there are still gaps on the left side:.
And here's the previous version:.
Duh! Any ideas?.
Your images on the sides aren't the same height. that's a problem!.
Fix that and you might fix you problem...
The problem is not with end tags it's when you have.
^ that'll create a gap.
You should have end tags for every one except <br> and <img..>..
Oh ya that one... shows how much I use it..
I corrected the image size and checked and re-checked, but what a discouragement, I don't see any difference??.
Try this one:.
<TABLE border="0" width="768" align="center" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0">.
<TD width="768" colSpan="3" height="122"> <img src="images/old.jpg" width="768" height="122" alt=""></TD>.
<TD width="129" height="852"><img src="images/old1.jpg" width="129" height="852" alt=""></td>.
<TD width="510" height="852" valign="top" style="padding:10px">.
A poem here.
<TD width="129" height="852"><img src="images/old3.jpg" width="129" height="852" alt=""></td>.
<TD width=768 colSpan=3 height=122><img src="images/olddown.jpg" width="768" height="122" alt=""></TD>.
Looks better, but not 100 %.
Think you have to slice the big image again..
The width an height has to be good..
So it will fit into the table...
Thank you so much Peter!.
Your idea of aligning it on the center was the final tip I needed to get it right. It's MUCH better now, isn't it - I also sliced it a bit, as you suggested, then I went to both browsers and it seems OK??.
- well not very professional, colors not perfect, but never mind?.
Thank you all guys, this is a TERRRIFIC forum, I've learned tons here, started from scrap....
Not bad... a few issues with the bottom one..
Be careful how you use.
Tags. They are for use as headings, not to mark up long pieces of content..
Run your code through.
Making sure that you tick the boxes for both.
And then in the results page just scroll down past the error list (if there is one) and look closely at the.
Section. If the text there does not look like a summary of the page content, then you are abusing the heading tag...
Thank you Giz, are you referring to my poem2 page above, or to my main site/other pages? Because this page above is not complete, it's just a test page - I took another page, removed the text, started with the design, so the head part is pretty unrelated at this point. I still have to add the poem on the central part. And I will cancel this page, I'm keeping it alive for as long as I need to enhance the design..
I'm asking you because if you're referring to my other pages, for example my home page.
I'm particularly careful with the validation, in fact I'm using their logo as you see, and I'm validating my pages through their main site.
Because it's more convenient for pages that are not uploaded yet. Am I using the wrong one? Then I'm in trouble, I must take all my pages through the detailed version. At first glance, my home page gets validated through the detailed test though...