It's difficult to suggest some explanations without being able to
actually see the page you see, without being able to examine the markup
code you use and without knowing with which browser and brower version
you see that space.
> Question 2:
> What is the earliest browser that support this?
That supports <table>? That supports the space between table elements?
The site said to use Internet Explorer 5 or better... so I switched to
DU <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
>> Question 1:
>> how can I get ride of the space between..
>> <table align=left><tr><td>TABLE_01</tr></table>
>align is deprecated and here align=left is most likely useless. The
>default horizontal alignment of a table is left unless your document
>text-direction is rtl.
But align=left does alter the display somewhat:
<table></table> This text will be below the table.
<table align="left"></table> This text will be beside the table.
align="left" effectively floats the table in most graphical browsers.
The OP should, of course, be using an actual CSS float though.
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Steve Pugh <(E-Mail Removed)> <http://steve.pugh.net/>
in alt.html, Steve Pugh wrote:
> align="left" effectively floats the table in most graphical browsers.
As spec says
> The OP should, of course, be using an actual CSS float though.
Why? It seems that OP is doing table layout in order to support old
browsers. In which case doing this only in CSS would be stupid.
But it would make sence to add float:left there as well, as there is bug
in some versions of Opera 7 on handling this kind of floats.