I wonder about the code like this:
<img src="/images/someimage.png" width="80" height="127" alt="Something">
<a href="#">Some link</a>
A character between </li> and </ul> closing tabs determines how the CSS directed background for the <li> is rendered. If I delete the character, the background image gets cut from the bottom up to the link below image.
What kind of coding is this? I ask it here in CSS forum as I'm sure it has to do something with CSS settings, but hope that one can give a hint about this type of hack so I can go further in eliminating it.
The code comes from quite reputable company I hired for redesign (20k) from which I eventually "divorced" as I was not pleased with their way of work.
Anyway, before I start posting the actual CSS code, I hope one can explain this way of HTML/CSS hacking. I want to eliminate it.