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Hey everyone. Thanks for helping me with these two super-simple newbie questions. I use DW8.

1. On this page http://adswebsite.net/yahoo-search-versus-google-adwords.html, on the right column where it says "More AdsWebsite Guides" and below that, the colored cells/rows are taller than I want. How can I keep them about the same height as the text for each cell? On this page: html http://adswebsite.net/affiliate-networks-for-webmasters.html I added a css attribute for line-height = 1 ems, but that didn't help for the http://adswebsite.net/yahoo-search-versus-google-adwords.html page. ???

2. The digg link is javascript, and when you click on it, it opens to the same page. I would like it to open to a new page. How do I do that with this particular link where the script is provided by digg?

Thanks for your time to answer these questions! Looking at the other topics here...I have a LOT to learn.

Oct 10 '07 #1
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