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How to prevent <form/> adding a line-break

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Can anyone tell me if it's possbile to prevent IE from adding a line-break after a <form/> element?
Perhaps with CSS or something?
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Question by:blackfrancis75
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    try using the below
    <form name="frm" method="post" style="display: inline;" >
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    by:sajuks
    Why a B?
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    by:blackfrancis75
    sorry - force of habit
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    by:sajuks
    Experts appreciate it more if you give deserving grade for the proper answer (also speedy response)
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    by:blackfrancis75
    do you get more points for it depending on the grade the asker gives?
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    by:sajuks
    as a matter of fact yes :-)

    Points points earned by experts are awarded based on the grades they receive.  
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    by:blackfrancis75
    ok, sorry I didn't realise.
    It was a very good (and prompt) answer...
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    by:sajuks
    Thats fine, no sweat. Just remember this in the future. :-)
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