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    Senior Member Tyler Smith's Avatar
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    Hello everyone,

    For my section page at atlantareviewgroup.com/health.html, I am using divs to contain subsection contain as you'll see. I have used margin-top:6px; to space out the divs, but the top one creates a gap between the body and header. How can I solve this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler Smith, post: 223801
    Hello everyone,

    For my section page at atlantareviewgroup.com/health.html, I am using divs to contain subsection contain as you'll see. I have used margin-top:6px; to space out the divs, but the top one creates a gap between the body and header. How can I solve this?
    I'm afraid I cant see it, the page looks fine to me. Could you take a screenshot marking the area where you notice this? Sorry I couldn't of been more help here.
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