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CipheredDesigns 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;">

@Ben: I´m thankful for any help! I´m trying to remove the gap between each of the six item rows at my profile page (the 3d wall with the linked items). I tried

but nothing changed.

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revaxarts says

Try to wrap them in tables. Envato strips all attributes from tags so any applied style doesn’t have sense

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CipheredDesigns 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.

Yes, I´ll have to think about a new design with less complexity. Thanks for your support, mate!

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CipheredDesigns says

Try to wrap them in tables. Envato strips all attributes from tags so any applied style doesn’t have sense
same result here, even with tables :( thanks anyway, revaxarts!
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