[quote author=AljoshaNL link=board=14;threadid=10839;start=0#msg97150 date=1134808827]
Like some of you noticided, I began a website. I made the first page with content, but quickly noticed I had to stop. M$ IE didn't like images being put in tables. Look:
<tr> <!-- image, has to be half of the page in width -->
<td width="50%"><img src="foo.jpg" width="100%" /></td>
<tr width="50%"> <!-- description, has to be the other half in width -->
This works perfectly in FF, but in IE everything is messed up. Check it out in IE and FF:
For those that don't want to get their hands dirty with IE, this is what happens:
[img=http://img229.imageshack.us/img229/4877/hikinginnorwayerror3nr.th.jpg]Click here to see the M$ IE screenshot
Looks like IE is ignoring the width="100%" and just places the entire image (I did this in CSS, but also no luck in HTML attributes). What attribute should I use instead?
Don't define the image H/W with percents -- instead, set the actual pixal values. Also, you might investigate using CSS floats instead of tables. Tables are becoming depreciated as layout tools.