Ultra thin white line
I am looking to achieve a very thin, white line.
I created a spacer image that is plain white, and 1 x 1. I added this to a row to create a thin white line that would be 1 pixel high. However, it shows up as a fat white space. You can view my page at http://www.hybrid-design.net/abby/. You can tell there that it is more than 1 pixel in height.
I also tried removing the spacer image and just specifying the line-height using css. I could not get that to work either. If anyone could help, I would appreciate it!
Drop the tables and use header's border-bottom to achieve the effect
Working web site is not the one that looks the same in a few graphical browsers, but the one that adequately delivers its content to any device accessing it.
<blocklevelelement style="border-bottom:1px solid #000000;"></element>
just replace blocklevelelement with div table, tr, td, so on and so fourth. Stop using <br> for spacing between elements. That 'footer' for example, delete those line breaks and go up into your style sheet and put margin-top:15px;
Thank you Vladdy, used your suggestion
Thanks Vladdy. I used the border-bottom suggestion.
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