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Anyone know why Firefox is making the height of the tables on my site twice as thick as they should be.

I know I should be using CSS but dont actuly know what I am doing, I have managed to change what I think is correct and hope for the best but cant seem to get my head arround it. I do this as a hobby and this is one of my biggest projects.

Also comments on the design would be helpfull.



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Your page is NOT XHTML 1.0 Transitional

Simple solution:

Do NOT use any <p> tag inside of any table, where login and search form resides!

The first one (<p align="left">) has NO EFFECT, because of default <TD> alignment.

The second one <p align="right">

<img border="0" src="http://www.toolboxmusicshop.com/skins/Killer/styleImages/gradright.jpg" height="34">


<img border="0" src="http://www.toolboxmusicshop.com/skins/Killer/styleImages/gradright.jpg" height="34" align="right">

PS: I am coder olnly - not designer, but your page is "overcoded" :mellow:

PS2: Remember, IE is silly :o

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