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  1. #1
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    Hi all,

    I am creating a site and I'm almost done although there is obviously some coding error in it. Some of the pages seem to have an extra line like an additional *br* tag in the code.
    Have a look at it here:
    http://celynnen.petedepledge.com

    The home page is fine, but if you navigate to stallions, you'll see the extra line.

    Can anyone shed some light on what I've done wrong?

    Thanks in advence,

    Pete

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    You do have extra "white space" ....

    <BR>

    <p>&nbsp </p>


    <H1>King of Sparks 'Minstrel'</H1>


    Those two red lines create blank space.


    EDIT:
    And my favorite horse of yours is "Max".



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    Thanks for the reply mlseim. However, the white space between the two stallions is intentional.

    The space that is annoying me is between the 'Celynnen Sport Horses' banner at the top of the page and the banner images. On some pages the text is closer to the images than others and I can't for the life of me see why.

    Sun Burst is usually everone's favourite (He's the one on the left of the banner images)

    Cheers,
    Pete

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    This is one of the problems with using <table>s for laying out pages.
    You should use <div> instead, and use CSS for layouts, not <table>s ...

    But your problem is here, an extra </td> ...


    <P>King of Sparks himself is a BSJA stallion jumping double clears and
    starting to accrue winnings on his card, he will continue his jumping
    career outside his stallion responsibilities.
    <BR>
    </table>

    </td>

    <br>

    </td>
    </tr>
    <tr>
    <td><img src="images/greyline.gif" alt="" width="174" height="8"></td>
    <td colspan="2"><img src="images/greenline.gif" alt="" width="596" height="8"></td>


    Max (mlseim)


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    D'oh!. Many Thanks,

    Pete

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    Pete ...

    An FYI ...

    To troubleshoot problems like that:
    Make a copy of your exiting file and set it aside.

    Now, take the original file and start removing sections
    at a time. For example, I started by removing all <table>s
    in the middle of the main <table>

    Keep removing sections until you notice the problem went away.

    Open the original and fix the "defective" tag or whatever.



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