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    general HTML question

    Question 1 :I have built a web page designed for IE5+ in dreamweaver, when I run the page and scroll down, the page shows a large white space at the bottom of the page.What can I do to get rid of or overcome this.I am not using frames.

    Question 2 : How to hide long "eye-saw" asp file paths from the URL address bar , when a file is called? Any tricks on this?

    I appreciate anybody's help on this.

    Paul

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    Can you show us the page in question? We can't really see what the problem is without it

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    For question 2 I think you mean eye-sore don't you?...

    I generally leave my urls long. This allows someone to bookmark that exact spot.
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    try <div style="display:inline">your content</div>

    otherwise get rid of the <div>'s/<div>'s or <p>/</p>'s

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    1) Have you tried chopping the margins off? Hard to advise without seeing it
    2) Depending on what it is, you could use a DB lookup table. I haven't got a clue about ASP but Ive done it in PHP where you have a query like www.mysite.com/page.php?page=123 which looks up in a database for entry 123 which returns the full path to your file.
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