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css clear causing space between divs

Posted on 2013-01-26
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I have a few divs one after the other with a border around each of them.
For some reason they don't line up evenly 1 on top of the next so I put a clear:both on the div and then the divs are fine.
but then I ended up with a space between each div, instead of them collapsing into each other.
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what can I do to fix the problem?
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	<p><img src="index.php_files/TopHP.jpg" style="border: 0; float: left; margin: 20px;" border="0">&nbsp;</p>

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	<p><img src="index.php_files/middleHP.jpg" style="float: left; border: 0; margin: 20px;" align="left" border="0">&nbsp;</p>

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Try changing the margin to "0" on the above.....

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Kiran Paul VJ earned 500 total points
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Remove clear:both;

and add

overflow: hidden;

in class

.moduletablehpside

in default.css line no : 391
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