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Span instead of <p> TinyMCE

Posted on 2009-07-09
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Hi Experts!

I use TinyMCE for <textarea>'s.

The only problem is that it´s creating <p> tags and there is too much margin between <p> lines.

How can I change that? Or change to <span> instead of <p>

Thanks!
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Chad Haney earned 2000 total points
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You could modify the p tag using css:

p{
padding:0px; /*or other px*/
margin:0px;/*or other px*/
}
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by:AphX
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Hmm, I actually tried that, didn't make much sense. A small difference.

Is there another way?

Or can I change it to <span> somehow?
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Hehe, <br /> ftw ^^
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