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I can get around this by putting the tags in cells but would like to avoid this, i have tried playing around with line heights etc in the CSS but cant seem to get anywhere.
Can this be changed or is it just the way the browser interprets the tags?
Nevertheless, this is a pretty good site to check into for practical guidance in CSS (as opposed to "theoretical purity" -- look to the W3C for that.)
The CSS Pointers Group [css.nu]
In the mean time, I'll keep looking -- I know it was out out there, and it would be so very useful at times to get rid of that whitespace around an H tag.
The first tutorial is the theory of box properties in CSS (box properties are the issue we are wrestling with.)
Theory Tutorial [webreference.com] - 6 pages
The second is the practical side, the separate tutorial made necessary by the lousy support for CSS1 in Netscape 4 and Explorer 4,5
Practical Tutorial [webreference.com] - 8 pages
With all that wonderful information, I now understand a lot more about CSS than ever before -- and I still can't make Netscape zero out that bottom margin (or border or padding or whatever it is) on H tags.
The details are here:
I about went crazy looking for it.
Here it is: