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Unwanted margins in Safari

Posted on 2008-10-17
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http://www.designprintandmarketing.co.uk/newsite/

Hi, the site above looks fine in IE and FireFox but in Safari there is a small margin at the top and bottom of a DIV called content, which is the DIV holding the majority of page content.

My CSS code starts off with a global reset (* {margin: 0px; padding: 0px}) and the content DIV uses similar CSS to that used in some of my other sites, all of which look fine in Safari. I've stripped out all content within that DIV and the problem still occurs so I guess it must be the CSS for 'content' that's causing the problem. I just don't know what exactly!

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add to your body
      margin: 0px;
      padding: 0px;
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by:labcreative
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Thanks, that cleared the margin at the top of the div but not the one at the bottom...
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could you give me a credit then? The first one? :0)
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by:nichicks
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try removing the paragraph marks inside the footer id that wrap <a id="flyspecktrigger" href="javascript:switchMenu()">&copy; copyright dpm 2006-2008</a>
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