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    Acurrsed black space!

    http://www.thenebula.com/joe/Domain/

    Cannot get rid of that line between the top row and the image in the next row for the life of me. Everything should be flush and blen.

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    Double check if you didn't put an extra "height=XXX" and check for borders, and for cellspacing stuff, it should work!

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    and if the above fails, try formatting the cells like this

    Code:
    <tr>
    <td>stuff stuff</td>
    </tr>
    as opposed to like this -

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    <tr>
    <td>
    stuff stuff
    </td>
    </tr>
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    It's only doing what you're telling it to do - placing a blank space just before the inner table.

    Start the inner ><TABLE ...> immediately after the closing bracket of the <TD ...> cell of the outer <TABLE...> instead of on the next line. Those 'invisible' spaces within one's code can do all kinds of unintended things.

    Or, leave it the way it is - it looks okay to me with that tiny black horizontal space just below the top two Logo and Nav images. (Oh yes, get used to using all lower case for your web sited folder and file names and the rest of your webmastering life will be a lot less hectic.)


    And lastly, I always forget, welcome to the forums.
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    Thanx for all the advice.
    Looks like getting rid of the space worked.

    Never knew white space in html made a difference accept between the actual displayed typing. Makes the code alot harder to follow for me and now I have to sidescrolll just to edit my coding, guess I have to start using word wrap.

    Thanx again.
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    Thumbs up THANK YOU!!!!!!!! (yes I'm shouting with joy!)

    I'm new here, just wanted to take a minute and thank you all for the help that you gave to me, just by answering this post with so many suggestions.

    I had already done all the style and margin things, and the cellpadding & cellspacing, but on some of my cells that contained ONLY an IMG, there was extra white space.

    Turns out it also was from the cr/lf I had in the "source file" just to make it more readable for me. Wow.

    This seems like a great place... I'll try to do my share at attempting to answer some of the posts.

    Thanks!

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    And thank you for using the 'Search' option

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