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Old January 19th, 2007, 04:15 PM
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Default navigation table spacing issue

this issue seems isolated to (most) PC's and viewing through IE, as everything looks as it should on Macs in safari, firefox...

the problem is that the navigation menu at the bottom right of our website (www.qdsglobal.com) displays with unwanted space between each table item. they should be tight and right on top of each other, but they are coming up split out, so often the last item "Find Us" is hidden out of frame.

initially, there was no rollover function on these links and everything was fine across all browsers. then i added that feature in and haven't been able to figure out why IE is goofing it up. maybe it's a java issue, but my experience with that is limited, so i am at a loss.

suggestions?

 
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See here.
http://htmlhelp.com/faq/html/images.html#image-nospace

'display: block' probably works too.

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looks like 'display: block' did the trick -- thanks!





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