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    http://206.188.221.144/index.aspx

    Putting together an e-commerce site for a client - I'm using a pretty simple table on the right side of the header, but IE 7 is putting extra space in between the rows. Anyone know if there's some code I can throw in there to make IE happy? I've already got all the borders set to 0.
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    Are you looking to just make sure all content is aligned at the top no matter the height of the table?

    Try, valign="top"
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    • #3
      I ran into the same thing about a month ago.

      You have to remove any extra space between the tags. It's retarded and IE should feel bad about it.

      So
      Code:
      [tr]
          [td]
              content
          [/td]
      [tr]
      needs to be
      Code:
      [tr][td]content[/td][/tr]
      at least that is what fixed it for me
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      • #4
        yep - it was the extra spaces - that is retarded to say the least.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by LeftBrain Artist View Post
          yep - it was the extra spaces - that is retarded to say the least.
          So is IE!
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