Form padding size??

Posted on 2008-10-20
Last Modified: 2012-05-05

I layed out my page and everything looks good. I have a table row at the top that I want to put a form in (login), but when I put the form in, it increases the table row. Is there a way around this? I mean using the form while NOT having it add a paragraph?
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aldanch earned 125 total points
ID: 22763226
Can you add CSS to the form?

<form id='whatever' name='whatever' style='margin:0px; padding: 0px'>


Author Comment

ID: 22763350
LOL! You're freaking kidding me!!! Sometimes I feel like I've been a hack my whole freaking life.

Good one.

Expert Comment

ID: 22763562
LOL glad to help. I do that all the time haha

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