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  1. #1
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    Look at this
    and see the whitespace between the menu and the blue line?
    Im not sure how to deal with it.

    Its located at an empty td statement there (that i need and cant remove), but im not
    sure whats causing it.


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    First of all, I don't see the blue line in Firefox.

    Second, is that empty <td> there only for the blue line? 'cause if it is, you could easily apply a border-bottom: #006; to the td on top of that?
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    Ok.better check that out.
    Yes the empty td's statements in the top table was just
    for that. I'll switch to border and see if that fixes it.

    the empty tds in the second table is for tab order
    to put the contents first in tab order.

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