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Visible lines in Dreamweaver CC 2091 Table

Community Beginner ,
Feb 21, 2021 Feb 21, 2021

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I have created a table for an image in Dreamweaver CC 2019. After putting it together in Dreamweaver software, it looks perfect and everything is touching each other to form one solid image, but when you go and view it in Chrome (Browser) it displays 2 horizontal lines above and below the "Contact us" button. See attachment. How can I get rid of this? I've tried everything. All my borders, cell padding and cell spacing was set to "0". Can somebody please advise?

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Feb 21, 2021 Feb 21, 2021

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Why a table?

Have you set the margins for the button to zero?

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Thanks Ben. All I'm trying to do is to get a link on the "contact us" button to take me to the "Contact" page. I've tried everything in the book. I can't seem to get the "contact us" button on top of the "header (watercolor) image". So now I've tried doing this by using a table. I have tried working with "div" tags/containers (as per a tutorial video that I've whatched) That's even worse because the div containers doesn't really go where they are supposed to. I understand the principle and watched the video/s several times, even wrote it down. I manage up to a point, then everything goes all over the show. How do you get an image on top of another in the precise.correct way? I've tried looking for exercise templates, but can't find anything really "worth while". Do you perhaps know of execise templates where they teach yo to build a website from scratch (using supplied pics, etc.)? Not just a text tutorial, but a text combined with real elements (pics, text, etc.). I'm starting to get desperate now    ;-D    Thanks for your advice so far. By the way, I'm working in Dreamweaver CC 2019.

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Have a look here - https://www.w3schools.com/howto/howto_css_center_button.asp

 

 

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Thanks for the link!

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I'm working in Dreamweaver CC 2019.

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Hi @Daniel5E84,

The latest ver is Dreamweaver 2021 😉

 

 

 

 

Nancy O'Shea— Product User, Community Expert & Moderator
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