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Another IE vs. Firefox issue

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Apr 22nd 2005#167769 Report
Member since: Mar 24th 2001
Posts: 3734
View this site in both IE and Firefox:

http://www.parksmarinainc.com/newwebsite/

Note in Firefox, the small spacing underneath the Flash header, which is not the case in IE.

*SCREAMS*

I need a hack or something for this, or I'm going to quit this job tomorrow.
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Apr 25th 2005#167836 Report
Member since: Mar 24th 2001
Posts: 3734
Bumping
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May 4th 2005#168023 Report
Member since: Mar 22nd 2005
Posts: 4
I'm using firefox on a linux box and I don't see any seam or space or gap anywhere on the page ... maybe your flash is configured or installed incorrectly
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May 4th 2005#168024 Report
Member since: Aug 12th 2002
Posts: 1693
Well the gap actually don't annoy me as much as that you have the images as .jpg!
Which makes them blurry...always save as .gif!!
And well yeah, you shouldn't code with tables anymore...
But I'm not the one to say that....
And it might help if you make the flash file a bit smaller... I've noticed that firefox needs more space than IE needs when it comes to swfs...
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May 21st 2005#168300 Report
Member since: Apr 7th 2003
Posts: 13
Try removing all the table indentions. Also, put your closing </td> right after </object> AND check for any spaces you may have put. Spaces as in hitting the spacebar by accident and it being in your html.
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