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however there seems to be one problem....there is a section on my webpage which has 3 tables on it like 3 boxes next to each other....
one of the tables shows out of place...it is aligned wrongly and i cant seem to understand what the problem is...it shows perfectly on internet explorer....shows looks ok on frontpage also!
The W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) is the standards body for HTML and CSS, and they've provided free validators online.
Once you know your mark-up is valid, then if rendering problems remain, we can help you untangle them. But otherwise, even if you fix the page's appearance in this or that browser, the core problems can always make for trouble in another browser/operating system.
1. Start some browser-sniffing DHTML to give Firefox an "exclusive" CSS-positioning ID.
2. Say, "Forget validity," and use the good old HTML 4.0 valign property.
3. Get over it. Sometimes you have to let it slide. Not enough non-geek people use Firefox to really have it matter all that much.
shows looks ok on frontpage also..
The issues and 'fixes' are probably not FF centric :~)
Have you tested in NN7.2 or Opera 7? if so what are you seeing there?
How are getting your tables to display side by side? are you nesting them in a main table or using the align attribute?
If in main container table is the vertical-align set on the td?
a bit more HTML info would help before deciding it's a FF only problem IMHO anyways..