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    Member jnunemaker's Avatar
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    I am having a problem with lines dividing my page. I have it set up with a three tables, each enclosed in a div tag. This is suppose to increase the perceived download time. I am just trying this because I saw it recommended somewhere. Is this setup causing the line in between each. I posted the page so people can look at the problem and play with the code. It is posted here:http://www.umbrellafish.net/~nunemak...stion/main.htm

    I'm just curious, thanks, ~jnunemaker
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    I checked out your page on a Mac(IE5) and there were no lines. There was also no content in the big white box. I dont know if there is supposed to be or not I just thought I would let you know.
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    WinXP here, IE 6 shows the lines, while Opera 7 does not.
    Before the end of the first DIV you have this:
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      <TR>
        <TD height=0></TD>
        <TD></TD>
        <TD></TD>
        <TD></TD>
      </TR>
    I removed that, it got rid of the first line. There's a similar section at the end of the second div, but I couldn't get the gap out of that one.
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    Thanks, and nope there isn't any content, I was just tryin it out when I ran into the problem. I tried removing those extra <tr>'s too. I had the same results pretty much. So I guess that's it unless anyone else has a better idea. Thanks for the quick replies though
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