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    http://www.eden.rutgers.edu/~szwarc/michael/index.htm

    when viewed in IE it appears correctly,
    when viewd in NN it shows stupid table
    borders. google was futile...please let
    me know the code for killing NN borders.
    border="0" is already there

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    well.... you got border="1" what did you expect!??!

    Code:
    <table width="600" height="500" border="1" align="center" cellpadding="0"....>
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    no no, did u check it in IE, and then in NN?
    it's supposed to have 1 border around the whole thing
    but NN puts the border everywhere else

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    yes... but that's how you coded it!
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    if you just want a border around you content i suggest you do this

    Code:
    <tr>
      <td style="border: 1px solid #000;"><img src="img/index_r3_c1.png"... /></td>
    </tr>
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    i'll try that, thank you

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    Unless you have 2 tables nested, the border will affect all the cells in the table.

    In IE you can just change the border color of an individual cell to the background of the page and the border will dissappear, but Firefox and AFAIK Netscape don't recognize cell border colors by using HTML:
    Code:
    <td bordercolor="#000000"></td>
    The only way around this is to have one big table with a border around your whole site, then everything else with no border contained in that table.

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    ok i've got the idea now thanks again everyone


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