Thanks for the welcome! I am happy to have found you guys! You have an excelent forum here.
I´m pretty much familiar with css, and use it a lot, but sometimes I have to provide different spacing to an element that is printed out through a perl sub - that´s my problem.
For example, the closing ruler and copyright, wich I call through print_ruler();
Then the code would be:
print "a lot of stuff - X";
In this case, I need a spacing element to place in X, and <p> was the solution our kind mister IE was telling me as perfect - thanks for the fantastic advice, Bill!
I supose the <p>.<p>.<p>. work just like <p> <p> <p> right? In this case the problem would persist, because Netscape (Opera is ok) seems to print out less pixels of spacing than IE.
I am thinking of using a table like this to provide this spacing feature I was trusting to <p>:
<table border=0><tr><td height=xx> </td></tr></table>
What do you think? Is this a good one?