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Old February 17th, 2012, 01:53 PM
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Well, I was convinced that

Code:
.main-header
    {cellpadding: 0px;
     cellspacing: 0px;}

in the CSS file, and

<table class="main_header" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0">
<tr> etc....
should have the same effect. Well, they don't ! The second variant, the one Imar suggested, did the trick - up to a 1px vertical gray line (border), that is still visible. (Does that have something to
do with the images being larger or smaller than the cells themselves ?)

And still - why isn't it the same thing ? That's what css is for, isn't it ?

Mike

PS. The 3-rd cell also has a curious effect: it's left border and right border are 5-6 px gray-shaded, so there isn't only a 1 px vertical line, but a 5-6 px vertical gray shade. The next cells only have the 1px vertical border.

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