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Hello,

First of all, I have to say that I can't use CSS or DIVS for this. It has to be a TABLE and without CSS.

The problem I have is that the images are leaving a border at the bottom of the TD of 4 pixels.

Is there a way to get ride of it? I don't understand why is it leaving that space.. it's driving me crazy.

This is a very simple demo with a gif and a jpg image:
http://www.lloparts.com/quiz/quiz2.html

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Last Post by teedoff
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Try looking at your Table attributes (cellpadding="2" cellspacing="2") and set the values to "0". This will set the borders between the cells and around the cell content to 0 pixels.

Edited by Armadillo: n/a

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Try looking at your Table attributes (cellpadding="2" cellspacing="2") and set the values to "0". This will set the borders between the cells and around the cell content to 0 pixels.

Hi... They are set to "0" already... only border is set to "1" so the space at the bottom can be seen clearly..

Do you see them to "2"?

EDIT: I set the border to "0" too, and added a background so the odd space at the bottom can be seen in green.

Edited by Altairzq: n/a

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No. Your make sure cellpadding and cellspacing are set to "0", border should also be set to "0".

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No. Your make sure cellpadding and cellspacing are set to "0", border should also be set to "0".

Don't know what are youy looking at sir, but everything is at "0":

You can see a capture here with firebug showing the attributes (marked in red):

http://i56.tinypic.com/2cf5eo3.gif

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May I ask why you have to use tables for this? is this a columnur layout? Also why cant you use css?, you do know you ARE using styles, and they CAN be placed in the head section(embedded) right?

Also, I would suggest you change your doctype from strict to transitional. You have a few errors that are a direct result of using elements that arent support in a strict doctype.

Edited by teedoff: n/a

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