Quick HTML question

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    Quick HTML question

    I have a small piece of javascript in my HTML that picks a random picture every few seconds and displays it. ( Got it with help from the boards a few days ago, Props!)

    I want it to be right againest the edge of the window when viewed, is there any way through alignment tags I can achieve that? <align="left"> doesn't work. No matter what I do, I still end up with a small space a couple millimeteres wide inbetween the pictures and the edge of the window.

    Any suggestions?

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    5|-|1+|-|34|) ober's Avatar
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    Either in CSS or in the body tag, set margin=0 and padding=0.

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    or try
    table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"
    and align="left"
    Sorry for spelling errors, not English!
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    Follow Ober's suggestion, and also you can try:

    <p align="right">
    <img....>
    </p>

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    Wow... talk about taking the long way around.

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    The problem with...

    <p align="right">
    <img....>
    </p>

    is that it isn't actually an image, it's just javascript bringing up images.

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    This is the script if anyone was wondering...

    Code:
    <script language="javascript">
    
    
    var delay=2000 //set delay in miliseconds
    var curindex=0
    
    var randomimages=new Array()
    
    	randomimages[0]="1.jpg"
    	randomimages[1]="2.jpg"
    	randomimages[2]="3.jpg"
    	randomimages[3]="4.jpg"
    	randomimages[4]="5.jpg"
    	randomimages[5]="6.jpg"
    	randomimages[6]="7.jpg"
    	randomimages[7]="8.jpg"
    	randomimages[8]="9.jpg"
    var preload=new Array()
    
    for (n=0;n<randomimages.length;n++)
    {
    	preload[n]=new Image()
    	preload[n].src=randomimages[n]
    }
    
    document.write('<img name="defaultimage" src="'+randomimages[Math.floor(Math.random()*(randomimages.length))]+'">')
    
    function rotateimage()
    {
    
    if (curindex==(tempindex=Math.floor(Math.random()*(randomimages.length)))){
    curindex=curindex==0? 1 : curindex-1
    }
    else
    curindex=tempindex
    
    	document.images.defaultimage.src=randomimages[curindex]
    }
    
    setInterval("rotateimage()",delay)
    
    </script>

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    in <body> set margins to 0, use a div tag to align it to the left
    Hmm

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    not sure why ur saying to do all this stuff tbh

    just put in the body tag
    <body leftmargin="0"> (and any others you want eg. topmargin="0")

    and if u have it in a table do what xxxrugby said as well

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