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No spaces beneath texts on Joomla

Posted on 2014-01-07
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Say,

I am writing a text on Joomla Editor & after i gave entered into a new line - i want the text to have no spaces between the top & bottom texts.

How can I achieve this? Please see attached pic of what i want to improve "No spaces between Email & Telephone information"

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by:chilternPC
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when in the editor and you are at the end of the line
and you want a new line without double line space  -

Hold down the <ctrl> key then press the <enter> key
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by:shaunwingin
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I just tried that now & it still didn't work - is there another method perhaps?
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Ok. although it looks like that in the editor , does it also look like that on the live page?

also what editor are you using?
if you are using JCE then this link will tell you how to change the line spacing:

http://www.joomlacontenteditor.net/support/tutorials/editor/item/create-a-custom-editor-stylesheet?category_id=53
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by:shaunwingin
ID: 39767477
Whoa!!

Yes i am using JCE Editor - but that is so advanced for a guy like me, is there a simpler way of doing it because i only see so many codes from that link which i don't particularly understand well....

Just a simple code change or tool that will work will be good.
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by:chilternPC
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Oh, any changes to the format and layout will be in the style sheet of the template and would require editing the CSS file.
so in that case,

 I would try a different  editor to see if they do the spacing differently.

I use the CKEditor  

http://extensions.joomla.org/extensions/edition/editors/12821

and even try the TinyMCE build in
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by:chilternPC
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the other option (I haven't tried) you can down load extensions to the JCE EDitor from JCE

look at the JCE website - go to download and look at Plugins
then scroll down to the one called "full page" - it says it will allow you to configure all the  elements of the page.

http://www.joomlacontenteditor.net/downloads/plugins
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by:shaunwingin
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Thanks! It worked.
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