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I've been using CSS forever but still run into IE bugs.
I've got the basic structure of this subdomain set up for my
calendar program, and it looks great in Mozilla.

But as usual, the IE bug has popped up. IE is putting that
annoying 3-5px space in between the image and the bottom
borders.

Normally, in a vertical links list, I'd make them display:
block and then set the vertical-align: baseline to get
around the IE bug. I could also make their margins -3 or so,
but then that messes up Mozilla.

Since these links are horizontal though, that work-around
won't work. Any body know of another work around?

Raven
megan /blockquote>

Hi Raven - this isn't the css answer you wanted, but did you
try just using vspace="0" in the image tag for the images in
question? megan

On 7/30/05, Raven wrote:
> I've been using CSS forever but still run into IE bugs.
> I've got the basic structure of this subdomain set up for my
> ca...See More
Jul 31, 2005
megan /blockquote>

PS - if you only want to use css, then you may want to ditch
the graphics all together and use one of the horizontal css
menus demoed over at listomatic (see clickable link below) -
they have a chart that shows browser compatibility for each
one.

listomatic lists

[link removed]

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Jul 31, 2005
megan /blockquote>

forgot to put in the link in previous post, sorry about that -
here it is

On 7/31/05, megan wrote:
> PS - if you only want to use css, then you may want to ditch
> the graphics all together and use one of the horizontal css
> menus demoed over at listomatic (see clickable link below) -
...See More
Jul 31, 2005
Raven /blockquote>

On 7/31/05, megan wrote:
> PS - if you only want to use css, then you may want to ditch
> the graphics all together and use one of the horizontal css
> menus demoed over at listomatic (see clickable link below) -
> they have a chart that shows browser compatibility for each
> one

...See More
Jul 31, 2005
Raven, round two /blockquote>

It messed up the code: try two.

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> IE was interpretting my programming formating (which is good
> practice stupid browser!) as me wanting SPACES. I had to edit my
> code to look like:
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Jul 31, 2005


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