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Control of image placement

Hi all

I've got a minor but irritating issue with placement of some images on this page:


I'm defining most of the layout areas on the page with CSS - although I am using a table to facilitate the layout (naughty me).

On the right hand side are a set of 3 randomly served images. On the Mac I'm designing on they look fine in all browsers (even IE!) - but on the PC running Windows 2K - they are shifted over to the right so that they lie too close to the right hand border.

I've tried altering the table column widths, and the CSS div box widths in the centre of the page but nothing will shift these images to the left. I have a feeling it's something to do with the CSS definitions for the central boxes but whatever it is - it's beyond me. Anyone have any ideas?

As I said - minor problem but really annoying... any advice much appreciated!

John Jackson
Nov 1 '07 #1
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I'm sitting in a McDonald's, out of town, so not conducive to studying this. :)
Validate your html and css for your list of errors there.
Nov 2 '07 #2

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