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My 1st question is: Can anyone tell me some of good domain name and iPage web hosting site out there? Thanks in advance for any answer or 2. Another question I got... I have a form in a table (code below). Below the text input field and the submit button (an image) is extra space that I don't want. In other words, I want the bottom of the table to be flush with the bottom of the text input field (with 4px cellpadding). It seems like the code should do that but it isn't..

Any ideas?.

<table width="750" align="center" border="0" cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0">.

<tr>.

<td width="160" valign="top">.

<table border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0">.

<tr valign="bottom" align="center">.

<td>form title</td>.

</tr>.

<tr valign="top" align="center">.

<td>.

<table border="0" width="160" cellpadding="1" cellspacing=0 bgcolor=#ffcc66">.

<tr>.

<td width="100%">.

<table width="100%" border="0" cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" bgcolor="#ffcc66">.

<tr>.

<td bgcolor="#ffcc66" valign="bottom" width="100%">.

<form action="form action" method="post">.

<input type="text" size="15" name="keyword" />.

<input type="hidden" name="thename" value="thevalue" />.

<input type="image" name="the_name" value="the_value" src="theimage.gif" width="22" height="22" align="absmiddle" />.

</form>.

</td>.

</tr>.

</table>.

</td>.

</tr>.

</table>.

</td>.

</tr>.

</table>.

...more stuff down here.....

Comments (9)

Ye, but... you might wanna make sure and wait for someone else to confirm it as I am not confident. Better yet, why don't you call the iPage guys because they can give you help better...

Comment #1

This worked....

Name="searchForm" style="display: inline">.

However, in Netscape 4.7 the input field and submit button are not showing up. Adding the name/style attributes to the form element didn't make a difference either way as far as the Netscape problem goes..

Does anyone see the problem in the code below?.

<td bgcolor="#999999" valign="top" width="100%">.

<form action="theaction" method="post" name="searchForm" style="display: inline">.

<input type="text" size="13" name="keyword" />.

<input type="hidden" name="page" value="the_value" />.

<input type="image" name="Search" value="Go" src='theimage.gif' align="absmiddle" />.

</form>.

</td>..

Comment #2

That is the problem. sure it worked in IE but there is no fix in Netscape. I have run into this problem just a couple of weeks ago. you either have a space or you have no form inputs in Netscape, you pick. you could try to put that form outside the table but no guarantees..

You could also try style="margin:0;" in the form tag in place of the one already there...

Comment #3

The Netscape "fix" (and it works in IE too) is to just place the closing form tag in an area of the HTML code so that it does not cause a line break, so you could do this:.

<input type="image" name="the_name" value="the_value" src="theimage.gif" width="22" height="22" align="absmiddle" />.

</td>.

</form>.

</tr>.

</table>.

</td>.

</tr>.

</table>.

</td>.

</tr>.

</table>..

Comment #4

Kevin,.

That worked! thanks..

Scoutt, thanks for your help also. I appreciate it!..

Comment #5

Does not work kevin. the <form> tag is a block element and will always add a space. I even did that what you suggested and it still made a space. it just moved it up a above the orignal. sure it works in IE but not NS..

Look at my iPage site right now in Netscape and you will see the space...

Comment #6

Hi scoutt,.

If you remove the code fro myour page and try it you will see there is no problem:.

I suspect what is happening on your page is there is a "clash" with the DHTML menu (or div tags or layers, whatever it is you are using) that is leaving those blank areas, so in your specific situtaion I guess that solution will not work, otherwise it works OK..

Kevin..

Comment #7

And the contraversy rages on. this is one of my question I had a month ago. I made a little test page just for this..

Look at the code in the file below. move the form tag around in between teh tables and you will see the table split. of cource there is ways to "fix" this in IE but not in Netscape4.xx.

As you can see there is not menu, there is not div tags, just plain old tables. just for testing purposes I made the tables colorful and just 2 form elements. if you.

Do.

Find a fix I am all ears and I will bow down to your supreme deadfulness..

Www.snippetlibrary.com/test/tables.html..

Comment #8

Admittedly, juggling the form tags.

Around is not a cure-all for all.

Situations, but in general, and especially.

If there is only one form on a page,.

You can find a combination that will.

Make it so the gap is not a problem..

In your code if you move the openng and closing.

Form tags entirely outside of the tables, the gap.

Falls below the bottom table where it is not.

Visible, I don't know if you count that as a solution.

But if that was all there was on your page, then.

I would be inclined to say it is a solution..

<html>.

<head>.

</head>.

<BODY bgcolor="#ffffff" text="#000000" vLink="#0000ff" aLink="#0000ff" link="#0000ff" topmargin="0" bottommargin="0" leftmargin="0" rightmargin="0" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0">.

<form action="" method="post">.

<table WIDTH="100%" CELLPADDING="0" CELLSPACING="0" BORDER="3" valign="top">.

<TR>.

<td HEIGHT="10" VALIGN='MIDDLE'> 5252 </td>.

</TR>.

</TABLE>.

<table WIDTH="100%" CELLPADDING="0" CELLSPACING="0" BORDER="3" valign="top">.

<TR>.

<td BGCOLOR="#0066cc" HEIGHT="10" VALIGN='MIDDLE'>.

<input name="searchword" size="15" style="FONT-SIZE: 8pt; height:20;" border="0">.

<input type="submit" value="Search" name="submit" class="submit" style="FONT-SIZE: 8pt; height:20;" size="1">.

<select style="FONT-SIZE: 8pt" size="1" name="d2">.

<option value="0" selected>test</option>.

<option value="0">test2</option></select></td>.

</TR>.

</TABLE>.

<table WIDTH="100%" CELLPADDING="0" CELLSPACING="0" BORDER="3" valign="top" bgcolor="black">.

<TR>.

<td HEIGHT="10" VALIGN='MIDDLE'> 5252 </td>.

</TR>.

</TABLE>.

</form>.

</body>.

</html>..

Comment #9

Correct Kevin, as that is what I had to begin with. but if you have a picture right after that table then you can see the space. sure there are a lot of ways to fix it in IE but I have not found one in NS4.x.

Thanks for taking the time to look at it..

I will change it back to the way I had it and you will see that it leaves a space afterwords. also the main fix was to have the form tags in the beginning and the closing one at the end. but if you have a form in-between it would not work as expected...

Comment #10


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.