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Thread: Suppressing linebreaks

  1. #1

    Suppressing linebreaks

    Is there a way to suppress the forced linebreaks in tags such as paragraph, headers and lists? It's okay to have a new line, but i'd love to get rid of the extra blank line.

    Or maybe it's easier to just make your own tags?

  2. #2
    restyle the tags with CSS, something likethis in your header:

    <style>
    p {
    margin-bottom:0px;
    }
    </style>

  3. #3
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    actually i think margin:0px; would work better cuz some have top and bottom margins. If you didn't want the new line you could do display:inline;
    PHP Code:
    <zip> echo this; </zip

  4. #4
    you can also float your elements float:left;

  5. #5
    Yes, set the margin to 0..and also the padding.

  6. #6
    Wonderful! Thanks people!

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