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    Question line spaces

    I am using a web page for a graphical directory listing of a particular folder on our server. When I use graphics to display the directory structure, there is a small white space in the vertical spacing of the graphics. The directory listing would look a lot better if this white space was removed. Is there a way to remove this white space?

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    <img hspace="0" vspace="0">

    should do it.

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    Are these images in a table?
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    line spacing

    nope..

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    Well, how is the page structured then? Could you perhaps provide an URL or at least describe what you've got? crystal balls don't come cheap, you know.
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    unfortunately, the page is on our intranet, so there is no link to it. This link is similar to what i've done, but without the tables. http://www.cha.ab.ca/About+Us/Sitemap.htm

    As well, I have graphics along the sides, joining the folders in a way similar to the lines in WIndows Explorer. Unfortunately, on each line, there is a gap between the top and bottoms of the graphics.

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    Originally posted by toorudez
    unfortunately, the page is on our intranet, so there is no link to it. This link is similar to what i've done, but without the tables. http://www.cha.ab.ca/About+Us/Sitemap.htm

    As well, I have graphics along the sides, joining the folders in a way similar to the lines in WIndows Explorer. Unfortunately, on each line, there is a gap between the top and bottoms of the graphics.


    Could you perhaps post an image clearly showing the issue you speak of, becuse I can't see it.
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    I don't understand either. This page uses tables but the real one doesn't. So what does it use? A list? CSS positioning? All we know is that you have a page with several images in it.
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    sorry about the lack of discription. This is the basic layout of the page:

    <img ...><img ...><a href ...>text
    <img ...><img ...><a href ...>text
    <img ...><img ...>
    <img ...><img ...>
    <img ...><img ...><a href ...>text
    etc. for the whole page. The only differences would be the number of images before the text.

    But, I think I found the problem (the font I am using is slightly larger than the images ).

    Now I have two other questions.

    1. When I have the following, I get a small amount of white space between the images:
    <br>
    <img ...>
    <br>
    <img ...>
    But when I do this:
    <br>
    <img ...><br>
    <img ...>
    there is no white space??? just curious about this.

    2. I want to use CSS and set the style for the images in the page, to reduce the amount of text used in the page. Are there specific tags that i should be using?

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