Recently there was a display error difficult to track down in my app: FlexTable cells were 4px higher than expected (regarding the content box). When I eventually set line-height: 0 the padding/margin/you name it evaporated.
So I guess there's a text node consisting of white space or a line break in these cells and I don't have a clue why. Or the image itself is causing this (creating a new line in terms of HTML).
I do it straighforwardly:
FlexTable ft = new FlexTable();
Image i = new Image(url);
resulting in the cell being rendered 4px higher than the image itself - no paddings, borders, margins applied as checked with Chrome's built-in DevTools.
I'm very curious to know why this happens because it does not happen on another page doing the exact similar thing ... Is this by design (of HTML/Chrome/CSS/...)? Should I give XHTML a try instead? Is there a way to control all nodes with GWT?
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