> I've been away from CSS for a little while and have been trying to get
a block of text on
> <http://www.encircle.com.au/index.test.html> to sit flush beneath the
> IE 5, NN7, Moz, Op6, and Chimera are all fine.
> IE5.x/6 for Windows and Safari put large vertical gaps between the
text block and the image.
> Any suggestions on getting around this spacing or is it something we
have to live with?
That's one set of hard to follow code and styles you got there. My guess
would be to remove the height declaration from div.frontimg. Actually
you don't need that div at all, as it only has an image in it. Move the
class to the image and drop the width and height in the rule (just float