Dreamweaver Puts in a Linespace That Nobody Requested — a Line Space that You Don’t Want!

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You desgn your page in Dreamweaver and everything is looking good. But all of a sudden there is a line space on top of a graphic. The graphic is lower than graphics in adjacent columns. Or worse you can’t get the top line of text to line up from one column to the next.

The answer?

For some strange reason the Dreamweaver software injects <p> in your code. That’s right. It <p>’s all over your code, just when you don’t want it too. So if you see a stubborn line space, go into code mode, find that <p> and delete it … clean it out of there!

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