i assume its due to the default spacing/padding for <td> (which differs across browsers)
try adding this code and see if that fixes it:
<td colspan="3" rowspan="4" class="myClass">.....</td>
you may also need to add cellspacing="0" and/or cellpadding="0" in the <table> tag
I will give this a try and let you know how it works out. One question: "Mystyle" is defined in my css, right?
yep, myStyle goes in the css
I added the css with the attributes you provided as well as:
all set to "0"...
And the space beneath the two .swf files still stands.
I added the .MyClass style to everything.
Any other thoughts.
I saved the flash animation as an animnated gif and the space is fine, but the quality sucks.
sorry but i cant think of anything else it could be
i can tell you that there are no gaps in ie8 and chrome but there are gaps in firefox (i am on a pc)
I work on a pc during the day, and am seeing the same thing. Even on my hom Mac, Safari is good and Firefox shows the gaps.
Thanks for your help.
When I test in FF the entire page is left aligned, while in IE it's centered.
That tells me that there are major problems in how the page is being parsed, FF vs IE.
Validating the page here:
shows 39 errors. Things like:
there is no attribute "LEFTMARGIN
there is no attribute "MARGINWIDTH"
So one browser is letting you get by with faulty code while the other isn't.
I'd suggest you eliminate those coding errors first, especially since the problem you want to fix have to do with margins/padding, etc.
Thank you for your observations and suggestion. I will start there.