I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer to that question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I bump into an good answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could assist you..
Afraid I don't have an answer for you, but I'm also having the EXACT same problem in IE! There is a 1-pixel gap between the bottom of the image and the table border, but is fine in Netscape. Any suggestions would also be greatly appreciated here..
One strange thing I did notice with mine. I was fiddling about with the HTML and for some reason removed the META tags and DOC TYPE, and the gap increased to 2 pixels! Very strange...
Without seeing your script and just guessing, I would venture to say that your 1px gap might be the way the table is scripted..
Blah blah blah.
<td>blah blah blah</td>.
Keep the <td>blah</td> on the same line.
Though you did mention that this table looks fine in NS; which to me would say that you are scripting your tables correctly. May want to try closing the td, tr, and table tags all on the same line; such as:.
<td>blah blah blah</td></tr></table>.
Does in fact.
Do the trick, that is ludicrous and IE is officially retarded, because there is no reason closing tags should be on the same line, excluding the <td></td>'s!.
A friend once said that I don't have normal people problems, mine always happen to be unique and I thought I was the only one out there..
Wow, closing all the tags on the same line worked! You rock, dude! Well, IE may be retarded then, but is still my favourite browser...
Did you use?.
On the end of tags, is only required for.
Documents. In standard.
It can sometimes cause odd problems:.
<td align="left" colspan="11"><img src="images/site-2003-01-27_02.gif" width="354" height="99" alt="".
Well, I did as you suggested and removed all of the [/]'s, but that still didn't kick it..
Definately interesting this problem has become. *as Yoda would say*.
Well, after going over the script again and again, I found no errors; so I started adding attributes to the CSS to see if it was a scripting error. However, no luck..
I then dropped the images into Photoshop to see if I had screwed them up and didn't realize it. Well that wasn't the case. So I then looked again and noticed that I had the background-repeat: repeat-x; which IS how I wanted it, but also noticed in my HTML that I had the background image again! For some strange reason this seemed logical when I first scripted the page..
Well, I took out the image in the HTML and it fixed the problem instantly..
One little pixel caused by one little image created a massive headache! Who wouldda thunk!?.