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Stacking images without spacing in html.

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I've got a website and I'm trying to add multiple logos on the right side but I want them stacked on top of each other without any spacing in between the images.
http://www.globalsoucingintl.com
The 2 logos on the right need to be stacked without spaces. How do I do that.
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The img elements inherit margin = 2em from div.page img selector (screen.css line 375), so you have to set margin to 0 for them:
<img style="margin: 0px;" src="http://www.globalsourcingintl.com/themes/dt/images/Banfield_Logo.gif"/>

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Thanks!
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