Why there is a huge gap above the starting displaying of my listview data (rendered as table0.

Posted on 2011-04-26
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
Hi, I'm using 3.5
Why there is a huge gap above the starting displaying of my listview data (rendered as table0.  How to get rid of this blank space?  Thansk.
Question by:lapucca
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    Is there anyway to view this site? Debugging is much easier in a live environment.

    If not, could we get a copy of the CSS as well?
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    You have <><BR  /></> between every table row. About 35 instances total. That is, you have errant characters (<>) , plus a <BR  />, plus more errant characters (</>) after each ending </TR> and beginning <TR>. <BR /> tags cannot be placed at that position in valid markup and they are being interpreted by the browsers as being outside (above) the table , thus causing the gap before the table starts.

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    Hi Jonna, this is run from my local dev PC and requires database so there isn't a place for me to show you, sorry
    Hi Tommy, right on.  That's the problem.  I haven't used Listview before and didn't know how to use the ItemSeprartor.  Thanks.  This was a headache for me for days.
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    by:Tom Beck
    You're welcome. I've been there myself. Thanks for the points.

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