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I'm new to image rollovers - just never needed them before but I'm facing some issues between IE & FF (duh, right?). In IE, there is a 1px gap between the top and bottom pictures in the third row (btwn the dam & river). In FF, there is a 2 px gap btwn all of them.

Source HTML: http://www.studentweb.law.ttu.edu/ils/waterlaw/default.htm
CSS: http://www.studentweb.law.ttu.edu/ils/waterlaw/styles2.css

The image rollover was created in Fireworks 8 and I'm using Dreamweaver 8 to edit.

Thanks in advance!
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There is no css applied to

There is no css applied to the rollover.

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I help reluctantly due to

I help reluctantly due to the use of tables and DW in particular the use of DW in doing the work to create rollovers in a manner that is just outdated and unnecessary!

This is a case somewhat where DW does not do it for you as it were and one needs to fall back on some understanding of CSS/HTML.

Try setting those images in the table to display:block; and see if that helps, and if interested someone may explain why all that javascript rollover/preload stuff is junk Smile

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thanks, hugo

I used DW to set the image rollovers because I thought that would require the least amount of time, much to my chagrin. I'll try setting them to display:block but if that doesn't work I'll just use CSS to do my rollover effects...

Thanks again.

AggieJAG