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My website consitst of 3 collums (div's) each filled with a number of images.
In almost all browser it looks like a table-design (the images are on same level horizontally), but due to the fact that in Mozilla Firefox (e.g.) missing images won't get their predefined width an height, the nice tableless structure looks horrible for this browser. Is it possible to avoud this without using tables or adding a lot of extra coding?

http://www.sionvalais.com/andorra.php

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Mark

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liquid design and image collapse in mozilla

Yes that is a pain about Moz. But if you create a div with exact width and height moze will show it.

As all your images are the same size you could place such a div around each image. That may be too much coding, so if nobody else has a better answer I reckon this is a good one for the developers.

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