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HTML5 margin-bottom=0 on H1

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I am trying to remove the space between <h1> and <nav>

        <h1 class=title; margin-bottom=0>
            Be The Star Of The Show
        </h1>
        <nav>
            <h2>
            <a href="mMagic.htm"><b>Home</b></a> &nbsp;
            <a href="mServices.htm"><b>Services</b></a> &nbsp;
            <a href="mVideo.htm"><b>Video</b></a> &nbsp;
            <a href="mAbout.htm"><b>About</b></a>
            </h2>
        </nav>

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.title { background-color:#630C0C; color:white; }
#valigntop { display: table-cell; vertical-align: top;  }
#content { background-color: #F6F6FD; }

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Question by:CipherIS
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This:
<h1 class=title; margin-bottom=0>

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Should say:
<h1 class="title" style="margin-bottom:0;">

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That did it.
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