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Phantom space and resize problem.

The included html contains 3 divs. One primary Div, with 2 nested divs.
the second nested DIV contains an empty table.

Problem 1: Phantom Space. When viewed within the browser, the div 'action
panel' is spaced a picel or two lower than the div 'ItemsPanel' even though
both are the same height. Oddly enough, if you remove the table (ID
Removemetowork) this phantom space dissappears and everything is fine with
the world

Problem 2: resize issue. Occasionally,wh en you grab the right hand border
of the browser and resize, the div 'ItemsPanel' will appear BELOW the div
'ActionPanel' resize a few more pixels, and it will go back where its
supposed to.

Anyone out here have anyideas. this is all part of a much more complex web
page, but I have narrowned it down to this rather benign set of HTML.

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN" >
<title>MyPage </title>
<meta content="Micros oft Visual Studio 7.0" name="GENERATOR ">
<meta content="C#" name="CODE_LANG UAGE">
<meta content="JavaSc ript" name="vs_defaul tClientScript">
<meta content="http://schemas.microso ft.com/intellisense/ie5"
name="vs_target Schema">
<body id="PageBody" style="WIDTH: 100%; HEIGHT: 100%"
MS_POSITIONING= "GridLayout " >
<form name="MyPage" method="post" action="MyPage. aspx" id="MyPage"
style="WIDTH: 100%; HEIGHT: 100%">
<div id="SplitCtl"
style="height:e xpression(docum ent.body.client Height-90);border-width:1px;bor
der-style:solid;wid th:100%">
<div id="ActionPanel "
style="border-width:1px;borde r-style:solid;wid th:30%;height:e xpression(docum
ent.body.client Height-90);DISPLAY:inl ine">
<div id="ItemsPanel "
style="border-width:1px;borde r-style:solid;wid th:70%;height:e xpression(docum
ent.body.client Height-90);DISPLAY:inl ine">
<table id="RemoveMeToW ork" ></table>

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