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    Senior Member skrlin's Avatar
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    http://www.skrlin.com/Testing/new/site/prac.php


    I'm not sure why, but there is a white border at the bottom and right sides of the window when the site initially loads. After refreshing, it disappears though. Any insight to why this is happening ?

    Thanks in advance.


    ***EDIT: Update... When I clicked the link from this thread, the site appeared fine, but when I copy/pasted into the address bar on a fresh/new window the border appeared. I also tried it in Mozilla and there was no border. I'm guessing this is some weird IE behavior, but I can't see what/why...
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    Here's a screenshot.
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    When I hit refresh after pasting that link, it goes back to normal.
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    Senior Member skrlin's Avatar
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    Click on a link on the page, it comes back... I knew that before, its something IE specific but I'm not sure what.
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    You have topmargin and leftmargin defined, but not rightmargin and bottomargin, although that entire approach has been depricated. In your css and your body{} add in "margin:0px 0px 0px 0px;" it's considered the proper way to to do it now
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    yes, i had a similar problem a while ago. defining the margin: 0px; in CSS will fix it.

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    Originally posted by Brak
    rightmargin and bottomargin
    they're not valid tags
    Originally posted by Brak
    margin:0px 0px 0px 0px;
    it only needs to be margin:0px;
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    margin-bottom: 0px;
    margin-left: 0px;
    margin-top: 0px;
    margin-right: 0px;

    Thats the css
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    Senior Member skrlin's Avatar
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    Thanks guys
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    Or just:
    Code:
    margin:0px;
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