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Unwanted gaps between lines

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Okay, I give up. How do I do it?
(Spent the last 4 hours searching for a solution)

Here's the url: http://www.rouxville.info/rouxville-index.htm
I can get this to display correctly in IE, but FF is putting gaps
between all the divs. I've made the background colour red in order to
show how this is happening - this is not quite what I have in mind for
the site in the end. With tables it looks better:
http://www.rouxville.info/
This is the effect I'm trying to achieve, but with CSS instead.

CM
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Jun 11 '06 #1
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pecan wrote:
Okay, I give up. How do I do it?
(Spent the last 4 hours searching for a solution)

Here's the url: http://www.rouxville.info/rouxville-index.htm
I can get this to display correctly in IE, but FF is putting gaps
between all the divs. I've made the background colour red in order to
show how this is happening - this is not quite what I have in mind for
the site in the end. With tables it looks better:
http://www.rouxville.info/
This is the effect I'm trying to achieve, but with CSS instead.

CM

There are no gaps between the divs. What you are seeing are the default
paragraph margins.
Jun 11 '06 #2

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meltedown wrote:
pecan wrote:
Okay, I give up. How do I do it?
(Spent the last 4 hours searching for a solution)

Here's the url: http://www.rouxville.info/rouxville-index.htm
I can get this to display correctly in IE, but FF is putting gaps
between all the divs. I've made the background colour red in order to
show how this is happening - this is not quite what I have in mind for
the site in the end. With tables it looks better:
http://www.rouxville.info/
This is the effect I'm trying to achieve, but with CSS instead.

CM

There are no gaps between the divs. What you are seeing are the default
paragraph margins.


I cannot thank you enough!!!!!.
CM

Jun 11 '06 #3

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