I've got a website that uses an SSI file as the header for each page.
When I view certain pages, the header displays correctly, but when I view others, the header doesn't seem to line up with the top of the page, and it uses too much vertical space. I have this problem with both Firefox 0.8 and Safari 1.0.2. The problem does NOT appear in Internet Explorer, which makes me think it's a problem with my page and not the browser.
Here's an example:
Some pages load correctly. If you see the navigation links at the top, the vertical space between them is small - just what I was looking for.
However, on my About Us page, you will see that the spacing between the row that contains 'home ¦ about us' etc. is larger on the "about us" page than it is on others.
The thing is, the table that contains that header comes from the same file! I've viewed source, and all the margins and cellpadding/spacing are the same.
I can't figure out for the life of me why the vertical spacing is different between the 'about us' and the other pages on Safari or FireFox; if anyone could shed some light on this situation, I would really appreciate it!
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[edited by: tedster at 9:39 pm (utc) on May 30, 2004]