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Got a question... In iPage web hosting, what is a process limit? Hoping for any comment. 2nd question I got is.. I'm making a iPage website using tables. And whenever I insert something into the cell, it puts spaces inbetween the cells, which I do not want. I have cellspacing="0", cellpadding="0", border="0", and frameborder="0" in all the my table tags, but it still gives the spaces.



[Look at latest post for screenshot].

Here's my code:.

<html>.

<head>.

<title> [Site Name Here] </title>.

<style type="text/css">.

A:link { text-decoration: none }.

A:hover { text-decoration: none }.

A:visited { text-decoration: none }.

</style>.

</head>.

<body topmargin="0" bottommargin="0" leftmargin="0" rightmargin="0" bgcolor="#6666CC">.

<table width="800" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" frameborder="0" border="0">.

<tr>.

<td colspan="3"><img src="logo.jpg" height="200" width="800" border="0" alt="GBA">.

</td>.

</tr>.

<tr>.

<td width="800" colspan="3" nowrap>.

<img src="main_end1.jpg" height="30" width="75" border="0">.

<img src="today_date_latest.jpg" height="30" width="644" border="0" alt="Today's Date - Latest on GBA">.

<img src="main_end2.jpg" height="30" width="75" border="0">.

</td>.

</tr>.

<tr>.

<td width="150">.

<table width="150" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0" frameborder="0">.

<tr>.

<td width="150">.

<img src="navi_header_main.jpg" width="150" height="30" border="0" alt="Main">.

</td>.

</tr>.

<tr>.

<td width="150">.

<img src="main_end1.jpg" height="14" width="75" border="0"> - <a href="index.html">Home</a><br>.

<img src="main_end1.jpg" height="14" width="75" border="0"> - <a href="affiliate.html">Affiliate</a><br>.

<img src="main_end1.jpg" height="14" width="75" border="0"> - <a href="links.html">Links</a><br>.

<img src="main_end1.jpg" height="14" width="75" border="0"> - <a href="staff.html">Staff</a>.

</td>.

</tr>.

<tr>.

<td width="150">.

<img src="navi_header_gba.jpg" width="150" height="30" border="0" alt="Main">.

</td>.

</tr>.

<tr>.

<td width="150">.

<img src="main_end1.jpg" height="10" width="75" border="0"> - <a href="articles.html">Articles</a><br>.

<img src="main_end1.jpg" height="10" width="75" border="0"> - <a href="game_list.html">Game List</a><br>.

<img src="main_end1.jpg" height="10" width="75" border="0"> - <a href="reviews.html">Reviews</a><br>.

<img src="main_end1.jpg" height="10" width="75" border="0"> - <a href="system.html">The System</a>.

</td>.

</tr>.

</table>.

</td>.

<td>.

</td>.

<td>.

</td>.

</tr>.

</table>.

</body>.

</html>..

Comments (4)

I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer to that question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I got an useful answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably know..

Comment #1

No such tag as frameborder=0 in a table tag..

And since the images you posted aren't working I don't see the problem...

Comment #2

What you've done here, if you are referring to the grey and black graphics on the sidebar with the purple space in between, is you have put all the images in the same cell, and gone to the next line by using the <BR> tag. i've revised the code so each one is in it's own cell..

You could use what you had before with most of it all in one cell, but it wasn't working the way you had it because the images automatically align differently from text. the text was too low, causing the blank space when you used a <BR> tag. good luck with the code there and if there are any problems with that i'll try and keep a look out on this thread...

Comment #3

I agree that the <br> was a hindrance, but it wasn't actually causing the problem. the problem itself was just what you said: the vertical alignment of text vs. images. 15px just happened to cut things a little close. that one line of CSS I posted earlier cleared the whole thing up, at least for me...

Comment #4

Thanks guys. I used ablindtomorrow's code (the way that he typed it out) because I like all my code nice and neat, and then I used the IMG {vertical-align: text-bottom } and it all worked out. Thanks guys...

Comment #5


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