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| 10:15 pm on Mar 28, 2003 (gmt 0)|
<TD width=624 bgcolor="#004f9d">
var img_rnd = new Array ("one_624.jpg", "two_624.jpg", "three_624.jpg", "four_624.jpg", "five_624.jpg", "six_624.jpg", "seven_624.jpg");
var i = Math.round(Math.random() * 7);
document.write('<IMG SRC="index_files/' + img_rnd[i] + '" WIDTH="624" HEIGHT="118" BORDER="0" ALT="">');
| 2:56 am on Mar 29, 2003 (gmt 0)|
Which browsers give you a space?
| 7:50 pm on Mar 30, 2003 (gmt 0)|
What exactly do you mean by it leaving a space?
If you mean what I -THINK- you mean, well it has nothing to do with the script. All the script does is load the image, it has nothing to do with spacing. --
You might want to play with the cellpadding and cellspacing features of the table.
e.x. ( <Table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"> )
Cellpadding is the space between the cell content and the border (If border=0, then the perimeter). Cellspacing is the space that would be between each cell.
I hope I helped!, If I haven't, please explain your question more. I would be GLAD to help!
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