<p><table>...</table></p><p><table>...</table></p> fails to add space between two tables. An example of this is at the above page, IF you remove the br after the </P> of the second table (the first and second are in the same "paragraph"). Sometimes <BR> after the </table> is not needed. Other times it wont work unless <P></p> is around the table. I believe that tables should NOT auto paragraph (add space), but some times it is doing so, other times it needs all sorts of trash. This is true throughout the above site using 2000041811 nightly build. The site has been updated to end table groups with </P><BR>, but it looks very ugly. Also, it seems that <BR> or <P><BR></P> inside of a <td></td> pair causes the <BR> to render a HUGE amount of space... probably more than should be used.
trever_Adams@bigfoot.com - we could really do with a test case here - could you knock up a small HTML page showing the problem, which looks different in an older browser to how it looks in Mozilla, and attach it to this bug? Thanks :-) Gerv
Accepting bug and adding testcaes. It seems to be that in IE and Nav4.7 <p>...</p> around a table will cause a space before and after the table, but for some reason Mozilla totally ignores the <p>, as shown by the testcase
Status: UNCONFIRMED → ASSIGNED
Ever confirmed: true
Reassinging to Buster.
Assignee: karnaze → buster
Status: ASSIGNED → NEW
I think this should be fixed now, right?
Based on simple testcase, marking fixed.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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