Re: JRT's special day
- From: "Tickettyboo" <tickettyboo@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 4 Feb 2006 17:41:25 -0000
Rabbit whispered softly in my ear...:
"MCC" <mcc5959@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Sandra, it doesn't matter what settings I have my monitor set to,
and I've gone from 800x600 pixels to 1600x1200, the 5 and 0 are
stacked one above the other. That's in Firefox.
Thanks Mike. Do the top/bottom and side edges of the centre line up
OK in Firefox? I'm learning from all this.
As per, I am straw clutching, but I think it may be down to sums!
I looked at the source of the page and I 'think' it may be something to
do with this bit
<table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="50%">
<td width="34%"><img border="0" src="hrtleft.gif" width="62"
<td width="33%"><embed width="80" height="95"
src="shine5.dcr"><embed width="80" height="95" src="shine0.dcr"></td>
<td width="33%"><p align="right"><img border="0" src="hrtright.gif"
Right, you have split the table row into 3 equal parts, one gif in the
first bit, then two .dcrs in the next ( which are the two you are having
trouble with) and one gif in the third.
From what was specified before that, you are doing this in a table that is750 pixels wide,
inside that is another table which is specified as 95% of the available
i.e. 95% of 750 = 713 ( I aint bothering with halves of pixels!)
and within that one is a final table , specified as 50% of the available
width..so now its 50% of 713 = 356
So when you get to splitting that up into 3, you have 356 divided by 3 =
first cell is 118 pixels, gif is 62 wide, it fits
third cell is 118 pixels, gif is 62 wide, it fits
second cell is 118 pixels, it has 2 .dcrs in at 80 pixels wide for each =
160 - they dont fit!
Well IE must be somehow jiggling it a bit and letting us see them as if
they fit, but it looks like Firefox isn't ? We are always being told that
IE is 'forgiving'
Try splitting that table row into four rather than three, and having the
5 and the 0 in separate table data cells?
356 divided by 4 = 89, wide enough to put an 80pixel wide thing in?
or even not specifying the width of the cells at all? I dunno
Don't know if that will solve it, but its worth a try, I don't think its
anything to do with the file type or the fact its embedded, but hey! I am
just a numpty , lol what would I know?
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