Msg#: 11353 posted 1:23 am on Nov 15, 2005 (gmt 0)
By DTD, do you mean you have created your own doctype? If so, what does your doctype look like (replacing your URL if any by example.com)? Or do you mean that you have imported a DTD for custom code highlighting etc. within Dreamweaver?
Msg#: 11353 posted 2:28 am on Nov 15, 2005 (gmt 0)
If you are referencing the DTD via the doctype on each page you may be altering the compatibility mode triggered within the browser from quirks mode to standards-compliance mode [webmasterworld.com] (used for an unknown doctype). If there are small gaps underneath each image, this is a possibility as images are ieline in standards mode but block elements in quirks mode.
You could try adding this to your CSS file:
If not, if you remove your doctype does the page work correctly? Bear in mind that no browser actually reads or references DTD files so although they allow a page to validate with otherwise non-standard markup, they will not add any extra functionality to the browser itself.