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Margins / Padding !Important????

Hmmmm.... I thought I posted this question, but can't find it here.   So here goes again.

I am having problems with padding (or maybe margins) being consistant in IE and Firefox.
In my next comment I'll post the lnk to the problem page.
Appreciate any help on this...
Am also wondering if this situation is where I sometimes see that !mportant thingie come into play?

Thanks

Rowby
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Rowby GorenAuthor Commented:
Okay, here's the link

http://legalmetro.com/homepage.html

THe specfic margin (or  is it padding) is the item on the right that says "Have you been injured".   I want it about 10 pixes lower -- both in IE and Firefox.

Thanks!
Rowby
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fuzzboxerCommented:
You can do this by add  this line to your embedded object:  style="margin-top:10px;"
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Rowby GorenAuthor Commented:
Thanks fuzzboxer,

Looks perfect in i.e.
http://www.legalmetro.com/homepage.html
but a bit low in firefox.
Is there a trick to make them be the same in both browsers?

Rowby
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fuzzboxerCommented:
Removing that empty <p></p> tag should do the trick.
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Rowby GorenAuthor Commented:
Hi fuzzzboxer,

Having trouble finding <p></p>   can you give me some of the surround text, etc?

Thanks
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fuzzboxerCommented:
Sorry, should have been more specific.  It's right before your embedded ad where you added the style to control the margin.
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Rowby GorenAuthor Commented:
Thanks fuzzboxer!

Now I can go to sleep!!!!

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