Mozilla 2002121217/Linux-i686 Take a look at supplied URL. There is an image of a CHIP magazine cover and there's no space between it and the text to the left of it. IE shows it with a space. There was a similar bug #58899 which was fixed a long time ago, the fact that it does not apply here has probably something to do with quirks mode not being active.
Sorry, I could not see difference between IE 6.0 and Moizlla 1.3b (Gecko/20021230) ubder WInXP. I see picture of Chip Magazine directly after words "artykuł" on both IE and Mozilla. Code of this part is: <td colspan="2" class="news_body"> <img src="zdjecia_news/chip_2002_08.png" align="right" title="Chip 2002/08">I remove article text from here </td>
I tested it with IE 5.0. But the real question is, should the space be there, or not?
It's a quirk because the space should _not_ be there. Good to hear that IE6 has fixed the IE5 bug that causes it to be there.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
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