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    Senior Member mikeycorn's Avatar
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    If you can look at the source from this page:

    http://ch.sanjuanart.com/index3.html

    Is there any reason you can think of that IE would display the row with the six links so tall, with all the text at the top? I just don't get it, I specified a height of 20 and it looks fine in DW's IDE, so why does IE make it so damn tall?
    ~ mikeycorn
    With over 72,000 questions worth of user submitted quizzes, it's the world's most popular quiz creation software:
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    I visited your page but can't really understand what the problem is??

    The menu label at top is slightly out of alignment so what do you mean exactly?

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    Senior Member skrlin's Avatar
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    Instead of using height=20 in the TD tags, try giving them a class name and use CSS to specify a height value in pixels

    EXAMPLE:
    Code:
    
    <style type="text/css">
    .menu { height: 16px; }
    </style>
    .....
    <table width="740" height="90" border="0" align="center" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0">
      <tr> 
        <td colspan="6">
         <div align="center">
          <img src="images/work/chtop.gif" width="740" height="95">
         </div>
       </td>
      </tr>
      <tr bgcolor="#006600"> 
        <td width="123" class="menu"> 
          <h4 align="center"><a href="index.html">HOME</a></h4></td>
        <td width="123" class="menu"> 
          <h4 align="center"><a href="history.html">HISTORY</a></h4></td>
        <td width="123" class="menu"> 
          <h4 align="center"><a href="newcollections.html">NEW COLLECTIONS</a></h4></td>
        <td width="123" class="menu"> 
          <h4 align="center"><a href="upcomingevents.html">UPCOMING EVENTS</a></h4></td>
        <td width="123" class="menu"> 
          <h4 align="center"><a href="directions.html">DIRECTIONS</a></h4></td>
        <td width="125" class="menu"> 
          <h4 align="center"><a href="newsletter.html">NEWSLETTER</a></h4></td>
      </tr>
     </table>
    
    - Brian

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    Senior Member mikeycorn's Avatar
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    Thanks! That was definately the trick, adding the class to my <tr> and removing the <h4> I was able to set the height of the <tr> properly.
    ~ mikeycorn
    With over 72,000 questions worth of user submitted quizzes, it's the world's most popular quiz creation software:
    PEST - The Personal Exam Self-Tester


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