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From the look of it I don't think it is the images causing the problem. Just remember to save the images for web when you have finished in photoshop.
There could be a number of reasons why the images a miss aligning. Looking at your code you are using tables. When you place an image in a cell you need to make sure of the values of the cell and holding table as well as there is now CSS clashes.
You need to be careful of the relationship of the cells within the table. You cannot leave any cell empty. You need to put in a spacer to the dimension you want that cell t be. You need to calculate the height and width of the table and make sure the content (images) match that.
From what I can see the main issue is you have used one image for both boxes corners (each side) You should have all the corners of each box separate. Also try splitting the two elements into separate tables.
If you have the time you should try and get to grips with building the page in CSS and do away with the tables. Adobe have some great tutorials on their site.
Hope it helps
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
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