The image appears set to the right and below the line of text. The rows and columns appear correct in ns4.7. The reason question is what does the js loaded from the src parameter do? My belief is that it's sending Mozilla the JS1.0 version, which is missing the inner <td> and </td> - it appears mozilla is adding the image to the previous row/cell. Most other browsers if they see <tr><IMG ...></tr> assume the <td> and </td>. Note: this is unconfirmed suspicion.
wfm win98 20001007.
You are right. Mozilla goes into the JS1.0 version, which was broken. I've added the <TD> to the JS1.0 version and now mozilla displays the table correctly. Sorry. But why uses Mozilla the JS1.0 version? Georg.
Works for me: Platform: PC Os: Windows 98 Build #: 2000101014 Trunk Build M18 Marking as Worksforme
QA contact update