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Gecko Rendering

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For some reason, the blue rows on the index page at oldskoolphreak.com render much taller than all of the other pages when viewed with Mozilla or Galeon. And I can't figure it out. I've got the height attribute set to 20, but it still looks like crap. Any help would be appreciated.

edit - By index.html, I mean the News page.

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I dont understand whats causing this. At first I thought it was a way that the browsers were viewing the spacing for columns.. maybe even the value for the p... Im not exactly sure at this time how to fix it but if I do come across a remedy then ill let you know.

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The news page has paragraph tags around the text:

02/16/03

versus the RFA page:

colspan="2" might affect it too

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The news page has paragraph tags around the text:

 

 

02/16/03

 

 

Yep...it looks like it's the

tag. It did the same for me until I removed it and replaced it with a DIV tag.

Try a

like this:

01/30/03

Using the DIV tag it looks much better in Mozilla for me. Your milage my vary.

HTH

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Perfect, thanks everybody. It sure helps to have another set of eyes look at something.

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