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I'd like to remove whitespace in IE, joomla site

Posted on 2010-09-22
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Hello.

In this website: http://www.temp.artandsoulacting.com , there is a white space above the menu and below the banner. Only in Internet Explorer ( what else). Is it possible to remove this space and have the banner flush against the menu like in the other browsers?
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Question by:ald413
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by:Onthrax
ID: 33738547
I have not tested it but there's a strong possibility that it has something to do with your h1 tag. You have soo much stuff in it which is not correct. A h1 tag (Header tag) is used for a title only, not for html content. I suspect taking it all out of the header tag will fix the issue.
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by:ald413
ID: 33745269
HHm, that didn't really fix it.
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by:Onthrax
ID: 33746075
Can you put it online so I can see? The current source still has image and menu tags inside it..
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by:ald413
ID: 33746380
I feel like we are looking at different pieces of code. What I am looking at is
#header h1 {
margin-bottom:0;
margin-left:0;
margin-right:0;
margin-top:0;
}
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Onthrax earned 375 total points
ID: 33747148
In that case we are. I was refering to the HTML. h1 tag's inner code should just be text.
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by:ald413
ID: 33894902
I wasn't able to use the solution because the template I am using had vital code in header tag, but it's fine. I told the client it wasn't possible.
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