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    Need Help - Where's the space coming from?

    Here are 2 pages on a site I've been working:

    http://www.columbiagardenclub.com/gardeningtips.htm
    http://www.columbiagardenclub.com/community.html

    I'm trying to figure out why there is more space in the 2nd page than the first between the header and the text.

    Help please!

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    height="372" ?

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    Sorry... I mean
    <td height="142">

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    I added that to Gardening Tips and got this:


    http://www.columbiagardenclub.com/gardeningtips.htm

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    No.
    Remove height="142" from community.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by tserbis
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    Remove height="142" from community.html
    Community is the way I want it.

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    Then add height="142" in gardeningtips.htm in the same place.

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    Tried that as I said above.

    That produces a large space in gardeningtips.html

    Anything else it could be???

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    Have you tried moving </td> tags to the very end of the content they follow? For example <br></td> instead of

    <br>

    </td>


    This will typically cause spacing issues in tables.
    David K.

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    I'll try it.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidklaw
    Have you tried moving </td> tags to the very end of the content they follow? For example <br></td> instead of

    <br>

    </td>


    This will typically cause spacing issues in tables.
    Nope, still not getting it.

    Anyone else??

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    I noticed you have quite a bit of whitespace after <img> tags. Not sure if this is the problem but try removing all whitespace after these tags.

    For instance:

    Do Not Do This
    HTML Code:
    <td>
        <img src="yadda yadda yadda" />
    </td>
    Instead Do This
    HTML Code:
    <td><img src="yadda yadda yadda" /></td>
    Hope this helps...

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    Space

    Hi -
    I was wondering if there were any differences in your javascript
    menu that could be causing the extra bit of space...plus, you might
    try using the correct !DOCTYPE on your pages to see if that could
    be affecting the display.

    Good luck,
    El


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