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    Default Table Gap Spacing Issue

    Just doing some minor updates to the website and now the table columns are all out of wack! If anyone can figure out where the error is, please let me know; here is the link http://www.reefscavengers.com you can see the extra gaps off to the right side, they are dark green blocks

    I know some of you have a keen eye for this stuff, you have helped in the past
    Thank you!
    Last edited by ikon; 03-17-2008 at 07:06 PM.

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    Bump for help!

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    Looks like you have to many columns here about line 209:

    Code:
    	<TR>
    		<TD COLSPAN=11>
    			<IMG SRC="images/newlayout1_29.gif" WIDTH=681 HEIGHT=44 ALT=""></TD>
    		<TD>
    			<IMG SRC="images/spacer.gif" WIDTH=1 HEIGHT=44 ALT=""></TD>
    
    	</TR>
    Remove what in red and it should line up.
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    Please review our Posting Policies and Regulations especially in regards to #3 (descriptive title)


    as you can see by having to bump this thread, you should have a descriptive title.

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    nxarmada - thank you for pointing that out, however it did not do the trick

    boogyman - title has been changed, thanks

    Any one else have an idea?

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    can anyone figure this out? Ive been searching through the code for hours and can find nothing

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    See if changing your iframe's height from 595 to 700px helps
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    No it doesnt have to do with the frame dimensions, thanks for your help though; i changed up the slices a bit in photoshop and when i went to update the html and images i think i got a spacer or row/col value wrong somewhere and i cant find it now...

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    It's within that <td> that holds the iframe. Hope you get the point.
    What gives you the hesitation on maximizing your iframes height?.
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    thanks for the help, i changed the colspan on the iframe td from 11 to 9 and it closed the one gap, however the other is still there; any ideas?

    the reason i dont raise the height of the frame is because the corners of the scrollbar would overlap the rounded corners of the background image it sits on (if that makes sense)

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