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Old January 28th, 2004, 10:40 AM
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Not sure where to put this, but I am having problems with my webpages looking different on Macs then on PC's. My Page looks good on a pc but on a Mac it has spaces where there isn't suppose to be, when you click on a link it shows a blue outline around the button. Just a lot of little things like that, I am wondering of someone could help me or point me in the direction of where to get help.

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Hey
I'm on a mac and could help if possible, send you some screenshots if necessary. Some things I've encounter in the past with spaces in the HTML code are using a Return then the </TD> tag. The blue outline sounds like you may need to set border=0 if it's an image. What's your web address?

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The website is www.atlanticboatingnews.com

and I have all my borders set to "0", so should the </TD></TR> be on the same line, is that what you mean? anyways check it out and tell me what you think.

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