icon_kid - 1:38 am on Oct 6, 2013 (gmt 0)
What does your current CSS say about div and/or table div?
I don't have a current CSS -- which is most likely why I have a problem in the first place.
Font size really shouldn't be an issue, since your images are surely taller than a typical row of text in any size you could name.
Actually, the relative size of typical fonts to my images did come into question because they did fall into close range of each other -- because my images are only seventeen pixels tall and some fonts can be taller than that. In another thread regarding this same issue it was your advice that I set my FONT SIZE to something that definitely renders smaller than my images because, as you said [paraphrase]:
If an image is smaller than the font (line height) then an empty space equal to the difference must appear above the image.
For example: if my line height is 20 pixels and my image is 17 pixels then 3 pixels of empty space must appear above the image to match the height of the line. Taking that into consideration I changed the font size to '1' which probably renders at something like ten pixels -- well below the height of my images. Even though my images were now certainly taller than the line height, spaces between rows still appeared.
inherit -- that looks nifty. I'll try this stuff and report on what happens.