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    Hello,

    I am using Dreamweaver, and in one of my table cells I am using a background image of a menu tab set to no-repeat in an external stylesheet and in a separate cell right below that, another background image of an image which is about 10 px wide, and I allow that to tile because I need that to expand as needed to write the body of the text over that. Below that, I have some other cells, sometimes empty, sometimes filled. Cell padding and spacing is set to 0. I can make it view like one piece in IE, but in Firefox and Netscape, sometimes it views as one and sometimes it appears that there is a separation between the tab background and the body background. (I hope that makes sense) If I fix the height on the cells on the ones that don't view correctly in Firefox and Netscape, then it doesn't view correctly in IE. I use the height setting in the Dreamweaver properites panel. Is there any way to fix that?

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    Because DW uses IE calls to display your stuff. You will need to get it to look correct in IE, and then use a css to put height limits for viewers using FF.
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    Would I use both the line-height property in CSS to designate the height as well as the regular height attribute for html? Or is there another CSS property that I would use?

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