I have designed a page of hyperlinks so that each link pops a window with an image inside. The pop-up window tightly hugs the image so there is now white space between the border of the window and the image. Or so I would like it.
In Netscape, this doesn't pose a problem but Internet explorer shows a nasty little border to the left of the pop-up window.
The only way I found to solve this problem is the rather dirty method of using CSS to offset the horizontal attribute by 3 pixels "left:-3px" but obviously, this then has an effect on Netscape.
I now believe that there is no solution to the problem and that I am wasting my time trying to look for a fix. It is in my nature to want to overcome these problems at all costs however so I am unable to progress with the site until the problem is fixed or until my suspicians are confirmed.