I have a really annoying problem with the new Nokia 6230 handset. It looks like this handset automatically adds 2 pixels of whitespace around each image when this image is being displayed in a XHTML page. If you put text directly below the image it is very obvious that the image is positioned two images more to the right. Looks ugly.
Why is this a problem? All other Nokia handsets alike (6220, 3100, 3200, 7250i, 6610i, etc) don't have this problem. A header/banner image which fits perfectly on one of these handsets, will create a horizontal scrollbar on the 6230. Just because the image is positioned two pixels more to the right.
- Is my assumption right? Anybody else seen this as well?
- How do I prevent this from happening. I tried defining left- and topmargin to 0 pixels, which helps on the 3650/6600/etc with this same problem, but on the 6230 I see no difference.
Please let me know as right now it looks I have to make new header/banner images which fit on the 6230.