Hello. I just subscribed to this list about 4 or 5 days ago, my apologies
if I am rehashing the same topic again. On 7-2-02 I saw a message
regarding problems with white spaces showing up in NE 6.x.
We are having the very same problem with NE 6.x with a gap appearing
between the rows of a table. We are attempting to code our site in
transitional xhtml 1.0 with css and trying to validate along the way.
After much thrashing about, we have found that the type of DOCTYPE used
The following page is XHTML transitional and it validates perfectly. In
(all WIN based) IE 5.x & 6.x is looks great; NE 4.x looks
good/correct. HOWEVER in NE 6.x a white space is displayed between the
rows of the table holding the navigational buttons:
After much testing, we found out that the navigational bar (of an exact
duplicate page) does NOT break (show white in NE6.x) under HTML 4.0
We have tried everything we can think of to correct this within the XHTML
test page. We have read the Devedge article mentioned earlier and so far
still no luck so far (although we could be doing something wrong
still????). We have been through the CSS & Web4Lib archives as well as
many, many web sites. We really want to code our pages in XHTML. Any other
suggestions on how to correct the NE 6.x problem? (Other than using the
html 4.0 doctype?) We are just beginners in the xhtml and css arenas, so
all suggestions are greatly appreciated.
Many thanks. Alice Marksberry/UK CAER
At 10:44 AM 7/2/02 +0000, you wrote:
>Tony Stephens [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> > In Netscape 6.2, I'm getting a gap between the rows. Why?
>This article talks about it in the context of tables, but exactly the same
>thing happens with divs.