Spaced out HTML

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Can anyone eliminate the spaces between lins producted by this code?
New Roman">Wrecked vesion of Kent Carter's brown 1959 willys flatbed pick-up as it was when he left his ranch in Oregon to go to Romania.
Can be used as hidden camera to watch trains or other traffic from it's interior view. _________________________________________________________________*****Kuid:213782:54000*****____________________________________________________________
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Hi Kent

Can you try reposting the whole code. Put the code in between these <!-- your code goes here --> These help the code from being read on the forum.
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(text)
align=center>(text).
(text) _________________________________________________________________*****Kuid:(text)*****____________________________________________________________

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Damn.... is no one going to use the tool I spent the whole day creating ;-0
You can copy your code here: http://forsite.synthasite.com/encoder...
and then paste it directly in GS. Put that in your smoke and pipe it Littleus ;-)
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I'm smoking it, (cough, cough) Sorry Boomer, I forgot about that tool!!
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Bookmark it now dammit, girl ;-)
Better than looking up the <!-- and the --> every time LoL.
Never know how to spell that sh@$. Mental block me!
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Is this what you want Kent?

<font><font>(text)</font><font>
<align=center><font><font><font>(text).
(text) </font><font>*****Kuid:</font><font>(text)</font><font><font>*****</font></font></font></font></font></font>
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Look at this page- http://www.ac-monkeywrench-models.yol...
In the discription all works well with a one liner, but if I want two lines, then the text widget is longer than the image. I want every on to be same spacing. With "
", I can get the first and second lines of the discription without a space between lines, but then it adds space between them and the ID Number line.
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Hi Kent

I'm finding it a bit difficult to understand what you're after. Have you tried going into your HTML and deleting the <!--<p>--> & <!--</p>--> to eliminate the extra space?

Secondly, how are you setting up this page? Are your images and text description all in one text box?
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Boomer,
It's on my Bookmark Bar!
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Wow... I thought I was the only one with so many bookmarks on my bar
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That's the spirit Emmy !
I'll be watching those analytics from Wisconsin from now on :-)
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Hi Kent,

I am going to post a screen shot of your page. Can you tell us more specifically what on this page you would like to appear differently. Maybe that would help us better understand.

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Well, look at the page now an you will see the difference!
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I think I found what gets the spaces out. Seems as a font tag of smaller Palatino Linotype text, even is not text there get what I want, so I guess my question is answered.
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Glad to see you got it figured out Kent. It would seem though that you're pasting from Word which may account for the extraneous stuff you see in your HTML code. I would suggest pasting into Notepad not Wordpad. If you only have wordpad, you'll have to save it first as a .txt file to get rid of the inherent coding.
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Accually I am copying code from one widget to another, the source of these I do not remember. But I have several versions some how, and for different page layouts it requires slight differences in the code. But I have my trucks page close, so just to clean out what did not work, and get to the bigger pages soon!
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It would seem that the original source would be from something like Word. I know it's a lot of work to remove all those extra codes. I'm sure by the end of it all, it'll be worth all time time you've spent on it. Keep it up Kent! =)