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    FF adding some padding to the top of my search form

    IE seems to be displaying it correctly for me, for once. But anyway, at http://www.kentuckygolfing.com, right above the search there seems to be some phantom padding that I cannot figure out. It's setting probably 10-15px lower than the left and right columns.

    Can anyone see what I'm missing?
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    It's the legend. As you're not displaying it, why not use display: none instead of positioning it offscreen?

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    Honestly, I don't know. I've never been good with forms and styling them. It was even more difficult because the search form is just some code generated by a tag which my CMS uses and I was having trouble using it. I posted at the forum of the CMS and someone suggested this method of styling the form like I needed.

    I'll play around with display: none and see what happens.

    EDIT: Thanks, the display: none seems to have done the trick!
    Last edited by deronsizemore; Aug 6, 2006 at 10:29.
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