I have a web page <snip> that does not always completely render the images on the page (table made with ImageReady). Just a single horizontal row of pixels remains 'undone' on page load, leaving a single pixel-wide white space about mid-page. What is odd is that the row of pixels will finish drawing if you subsequently simply roll over a hotlink or touch the browser edge with the mouse. The gap doesn't always happen, and it doesn't happen in browsers other than IE 8 (I haven't tested all IE versions though). It does not appear to be a table cell sizing issue, because nothing moves on the page when the rendering 'finishes later.' This is an odd one I've never seen before. Any thoughts?
[edited by: limbo at 9:33 am (utc) on Mar 2, 2010] [edit reason] No URL's please, see TOS [webmasterworld.com] [/edit]
A CSS width value needs a specific type. 820 . . . what? Presuming 820px. I'm guessing once it's validating it may help, but no way to know for sure. You likely have other validation errors which throws the document into Quirks mode.