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    Blog spacing

    Hi All,

    I am using blogspot.. and I noticed the space between the 1st and 2nd article is so big... but scrolling down the rest of the posts are okay with the spacing...

    Screen Shot 2013-07-04 at 4.50.57 PM.jpg


    Screen Shot 2013-07-04 at 4.51.04 PM.jpg


    I wonder why?
    here's the xml http://goo.gl/gbqpI

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    Post a link to the full page, please. That way, we can see it. The XML isn't really going to tell us anything.
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    Already found it.

    found the needed code to delete/edit out .xml
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    1035 <div class='inline-ad'>
    <data:adCode/>
    1037 </div>

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    I was going to say... From the pictures posted, looked more like an AD on the right hand side was forcing the height of the div ... But that just means there's an actual wrapper DIV issue as to why the post DIV are associated with the AD divs ... They should be seperate and have nothing to so with each other.

    removing an AD to make the post display properly might be a FIX but not really addressing the main issue
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