1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 8, 2006 10:11 AM by Newsgroup_User

    Firefox is adding a pad under my flash object!

    AstralFlag


      In my example, I have a flash header for the webpage. Directly below that I have a div. When rendered in firefox there is a 2-3 px pad between the object and the div. Same thing happens if you place an image or a table under the flash object. I really don't want that white space under my flash object. I can use CSS to move my div back up 2-3 px but why should I have to hack to accomplish a natural flow. Anyone know why firefox is doing this.. Very annoying!
      Thanks
        • 1. Re: Firefox is adding a pad under my flash object!
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          > Anyone know why firefox is doing this

          Without seeing your page, and being able to look at your code, there would
          be no way.

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          "AstralFlag" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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          >
          >
          > In my example, I have a flash header for the webpage. Directly below that
          > I
          > have a div. When rendered in firefox there is a 2-3 px pad between the
          > object
          > and the div. Same thing happens if you place an image or a table under the
          > flash object. I really don't want that white space under my flash object.
          > I can
          > use CSS to move my div back up 2-3 px but why should I have to hack to
          > accomplish a natural flow. Anyone know why firefox is doing this.. Very
          > annoying!
          > Thanks
          >