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Full width background issue - whitespace on top

Posted on 2014-11-18
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Hi,

I did a little re-design on this page http://www.beta2.webolo.cz/ but on the landing page, there's a thin whitespace on top. I have no idea how to solve this problem and what actually causing it. I tried to set body, htm and other divs margin and padding but it doesn't solve the problem.

So please, help me that. Thank You.
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You have an erroneous f

</head>f

<body>
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There is "f" character some where just delete it.
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Thank You very much guys that was super fast and I was so blind that I didn't see that.
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You are welcome.
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