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Hi, I can''t believe i''m having troubles with this (since i''ve know i''ve done it before), how do you make a table have absolutely no space in-between its cells? The reason is that I want to have images seemlessly fit together in different cells. Thanks, Scott Email Website
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CELLPADDING=0
CELLSPACING=0

...should in theory do it. In practice, it''s another story. That''s why I hate HTML: it isn''t logic; it''s voodoo.

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<TABLE BORDER=0 CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0>
<TR>
<TD>
One really thight table...
</TD>
</TR>
</TABLE>

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quote:
Original post by Anonymous Poster
<table cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>


ALSO, don''t forget that when you add anything into the < tr > tags to make them all on one line. Like this:

  <tr><td><img src="banner.gif" height="80" width="640" alt="banner"></td></tr>  


as any space between the < tr > and < td > or < td > and < img > gets shown on screen.

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ah yes now i remember...
CELLPADDING=0
CELLSPACING=0
sorry, but i just LOVE redundancy

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quote:
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ah yes now i remember...
CELLPADDING=0
CELLSPACING=0
sorry, but i just LOVE redundancy


NOT redundancy. padding is between internal element and cell border, spacing is between individual cells.


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Anon was probably refering to the redundancy of the posts in this thread, as just about everyone here has said basically the same thing

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Well yes, but the thing is.. I've already got that I guess i should have mentioned it.

It's like there is always a little space left at the bottom of a row in each cell for some reason. So just between rows, there is a space, but between columns it's fine.

This is pretty much the code (pretty advanced stuff huh)

      
<TABLE BORDER="0" WIDTH="100%" CELLPADDING="0" CELLSPACING="0">
<TR>

<TD>
<!-- TOPLEFT-->
<IMG SRC="top_left.gif" BORDER="0" WIDTH="190" HEIGHT="115" HSPACE="0" VSPACE="0">
</TD>

<TD>
<!-- TOPRIGHT-->
<IMG SRC="top_right.gif" BORDER="0" WIDTH="610" HEIGHT="115" HSPACE="0" VSPACE="0">
</TD>

</TR>
<TR>

<TD>
<!-- BOTTOMLEFT-->
<IMG SRC="bottom_left.gif" BORDER="0" WIDTH="190" HEIGHT="485" HSPACE="0" VSPACE="0">
</TD>

<TD valign="top">
<!-- BOTTOMRIGHT-->
<IMG SRC="bottom_right.gif" BORDER="0" WIDTH="68" HEIGHT="46" HSPACE="0" VSPACE="0">
</TD>

</TR>

</TABLE>


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Edited by - wojtos on October 19, 2001 6:35:34 PM

Edited by - wojtos on October 19, 2001 6:37:05 PM

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I just gave it a test, get rid of all the newlines like wrenhal said. Newlines between a </td> and <td> seem to not throw the spacing off.

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// EDIT stupid little <> symbols...

Edited by - WayfarerX on October 19, 2001 6:47:43 PM

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quote:
Original post by wojtos
weird... but it worked.



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