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August 6, 2008 at 9:06 pm #23042cindrrMember
Help! I’m a newly-graduated web designer, and I’m still learning the
ins and outs of programming.
I’m using Dreamweaver to create a site with divs. I then incorporated
a table within a div. It displays fine in IE7, but in Firefox, the
table cells (and padding) are making each cell look twice the size
they do in IE (it looks like there’s much more cell padding above and below the text in each cell.)
So the table is extending down, past my gradient image background, so that
the background starts again and the text is laid over top. (Looks
horrible! I know how to fix the background, but then I’d have to
extend the div down a lot, and anyway the bigger table doesn’t look
Any ideas what could be throwing off the table size in Firefox? Which
properties in the div or table should I be looking at? (BTW, the table
was copied and pasted from MS Word.)
I’ve read that this actually an IE issue, and that Firefox is reading the code "right."
But it doesn’t really matter to me, I just want the page (and table) to display properly
in both IE and Firefox!
I’ve checked the sizes of all the divs to make sure they big enough to accommodate the table.
Here’s a bit of the div code:
<div id="header2"><img src="support/header2.jpg" alt="header"
width="796" height="157" /></div>
<h1 align="center" class="style7">Heading here</h1>
<div id="pic_right"><img src="support/woman_online.jpg"
alt="woman online" width="349" height="529" border="1" /></div>
then further down, the table code:
<table width="97%" border="1" align="center" cellpadding="3"
<td width="45%"><p class="style8">Class</p> </td>
<td width="55%" class="style6"><p
This site is a work in progress, so it’s not on the net yet. Please
let me know if you need any more info to make sense of this.
thanks!! :DAugust 7, 2008 at 4:14 am #48879NodsterMember
It would be helpful if you could quote all the code and maybe give a link to the site.
First thing i would suggest is to get rid of the table and use divs instead.August 7, 2008 at 11:12 am #48888cindrrMember
thanks everyone… I was afraid of that (having to rebuild the tables with divs)…. but it shouldn’t take too long, and will be for the best in the long run :)
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