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extra breaks below Dynamic Content Gallery

Posted on 2011-02-15
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I placed in a wordpress plugin photo gallery called Dynamic Content Gallery am using the php script inside a static page.  However, there is extra space below the gallery.  Looks like in the source code, there are extra <p>[comments]</p> that's causing that to happen.  the copy on the page is correct too.  Any ideas experts?

Here is the url: http://cedarparkprinting.seozones.com/
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by:jeremyjared74
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remove the <p></p> tags like you suggested in your question and that should fix it.
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by:COwebmaster
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it's a wordpress site.  How would I remove those from a page from inside the dashboard?
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HagayMandel earned 250 total points
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You wrote

am using the php script inside a static page.

If so, look in this static page you mentioned for the following code (lines 289-292):
<p><!-- end #dfcg-outer-wrapper --></p> 
<p><!-- Number of Posts to display as per DCG Settings = 2 --><br /> 
<!-- Number of Posts found = 2 --><br /> 
<!-- Number of Posts excluded by user = 0 --></p> 
<p><!-- End of Dynamic Content Gallery output --></p> 

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And remove it.

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by:COwebmaster
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I'm not adding those lines of code in my wordpress dashboard.  Where in the plugin is it being added and I'll remove them?
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by:HagayMandel
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How did you embed the gallery in the static page?
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by:COwebmaster
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it's a static page and I downloaded the plugin called Exec-PHP which allows me to embed this line of code in the html tab:

<?php dynamic_content_gallery(); ?>
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by:HagayMandel
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Address the question to WordPress experts.
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by:COwebmaster
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yes, I included that group into this question.  Are you not a wordpress expert?
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by:jeremyjared74
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I believe the reason the gap is there is because you don't have a title for the images. I'm not sure if that is correct or not.

I would need to see the plug-in set-up to know without a doubt what is causing the spaces. You can fix the spacing by adding this to your style.css file though:

#dfcg-outer-wrapper {
        margin-bottom: -50px;
}

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by:COwebmaster
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ok, I'll try that..
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Thanks!
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