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CipheredDesigns says

Hello dear friends :)

Could you please help me and explain how to remove the space between linked images, when no “br” or “enter” is typed into the html code? I´m referring to my profile page setting, so if you take a look at it you will understand what I mean.

Thanks in advance!

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tommusrhodus says

If your talking about roughly a 3px vertical margin, then add vertical-align: bottom; the your images in CSS

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CipheredDesigns says

I´m trying to style my Graphicriver profile page, so how can I add CSS there?

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tommusrhodus says

Just do inline styling, you will be forgiven this one time :) not sure what that is? Google it :)

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CipheredDesigns says

Ok, thanks my friend! I found many usefull links with examples, however the problem is that I don´t know how to combine the styles with my existing img-tags, or where to place them exactly. But I´ll find out..

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BenSheppard says

Ok, thanks my friend! I found many usefull links with examples, however the problem is that I don´t know how to combine the styles with my existing img-tags, or where to place them exactly. But I´ll find out..
<img src="randomlink.jpg" style="margin: 0px;" /> 
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infuse01 says

Bear in mind that not all styles will get through since Envato strips the most out.

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CipheredDesigns says

Thank you Ben :) but I fear, infuse01 is right. I tried out with no results

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BenSheppard says

Thank you Ben :) but I fear, infuse01 is right. I tried out with no results

Sorry to hear that, what are you trying to achieve if you don’t mind me intruding

try

<p style="line-height: 0px;">
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infuse01 says

Actually you need to style the wrapping P tag with line-height: 0px; but this isn’t possible anyway since there is no way to put inline-styling into this element.


I’m afraid but you probably should think about something different. Make the “negative” into a “positive” which means – try to use that “space” and make the best of it.

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