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    Yellow Page Space on Body ?

    Hi, could someone please help me how to remove the yellow gap that is caused by the browser (<body> tag) ? I thought it could have been from section#top I added relative positioning and margins, that didn't work. Arghh

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    I added a negative -35px margin, does that sound logical or is there a better way ?

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    No...if you're having problems with margins or padding showing up, chances are you've overdefined something or something else is off.

    Try this first:
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    header, section {margin: 0;  padding: 0;}
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    That didn't work !

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    I think I see it. It's your paragraph tag. Try this:
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    p  {margin: 0 0 1em;  padding: 0;}
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    There were margins and padding on p, it got me Thank you

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    Yup.

    In case you're wondering how I saw it, Chrome's DOM inspector tipped me off...eventually. Might want to try that next time if you're frustrated. That way, you don't have to wait for me to figure it out.
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    Chromes, isn't it the same as FireFox ?

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    Not even close, dude. Chrome's DOM inspector blows FF's right out of the water. It's somewhat similar to Firebug, but it's easier to read (for me anyway).
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    I've updated the page, how come when I set a height for #top, I can't see it ?


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