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HomeSite Extra Space Problem
phyl123




msg:933120
 5:34 pm on Dec 3, 2002 (gmt 0)

I've noticed the following problem in Homesite.
If you want to put two images right against each other with no space in between, Homesite requires that the tags are on the same line.

This works fine:
<img src="one.gif"><img src="two.gif">

This doesn't work...there's an extra space between the two.
<img src="one.gif">
<img src="two.gif">

Notepad doesn't do this......is there a text format difference? Anything I can change in Settings?

thanks

 

brotherhood of LAN




msg:933121
 3:56 am on Dec 5, 2002 (gmt 0)

Hi phyl123

and Welcome [webmasterworld.com] to Webmasterworld.

Could be a lot worse eh! Like I deleted my site ;)

I don't own a copy of homesite but maybe someone will come along who has.

I tried the 2 img's with a line break in notepad, Frontpage and DW and they all showed a space also, so i think its a more universal problem outside of homesite.

I guess if you have alot of images on your site with a line break you could sort it out with a regular expression.

digitalghost




msg:933122
 3:59 am on Dec 5, 2002 (gmt 0)

I think I'd use an image editor, combine the two, optimize them, and display them as one image. ;)

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