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Anonymous
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Hi there,
I've got a slight problem with a page when viewed in Netscape Navigator, and wondered if anyone could shed light on the issue. The CSS is included in the headtags of the page itself.

http://www.halfwaygully.com/halfway/showcase/019/index.htm

Excuse the colours - I used some garish ones to highlight the problem that I have. Whilst the page is rendered perfectly in IE, it seems to break in NN, adding some padding above and below each of the "classes". I've made the container that horrid yellow colour, so you can see that it's coming through there.

The site validates, so can anyone give me a heads up on what is going on here?

Cheers!
Katia

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Netscape incompatibility problem

Hi Katia,
If you make the heading "P" and the top "h5's" display inline the problem disappears.style="display:inline;"
Tony

Anonymous
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Netscape incompatibility problem

Hi Tony, thanks for that Smile I managed to fix it by setting the P and H Margin and Padding properties to 0.

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I have the same problem

Hi guys, this is my first post Smile

I haev the same problem with netscape 7. I used tables to make my layout and Netscape 7 screws them all up. Runs fin eon any other browser. I don't think inline is my solution here...

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Netscape incompatibility problem

Hi (*)BlackZer0,
Can you post a link to the page so we can have a closer look?