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hershkoy
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I am trying to set up a page layout that has a picture on the top, and another picture on the left side of the page. I don't know why but I can't seem to make these picture touch each other (there is a 3-4 pixels seperating between the lower border of the top img and its div - 'masthead')

This code seems to work fine in Firefox. The above problem exist only in IE.

Any help would be bery much apperciated

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A screen shot might help as

A screen shot might help as well.

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Perhaps it's IE's 3px bug?

Perhaps it's IE's 3px bug? Check out this thread.

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gap under image

It seems like I just dealt with a similar issue a few days ago, but can't find it right now. :shrug:

Check the last post in this thread.

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It works :)

kk5st, thanks a lot for your help, it worked

Such a simple solution.. stupid, stupid me for not thinking about it myself Smile