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    Unhappy Huge top gap

    Hello all

    I recently update my site www.eco20-20.com

    Some of the pages have enormous gaps on the top. For example http://www.eco20-20.com/Eco2020-Contest.html

    Here is what I have determined(I think). The gap occurred when I added a right column on. But it is not consistent over all the newly update pages. It is probably something within the css, but don't know enough in that regard. Please help,

    thank you so so much

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    The only difference i see is the google AD. On the page example you gave you have a div called ".google-string-top"

    It has a height of 25px. Is that what you are asking about?

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    No, At the top of the content area there seems to show a huge white gap. the top should start the title of the page, then a google ad, then content? Does it show like that on your browser?

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    well on that page with the gap you named the class for the TD

    Code:
    <td class="content-extended">
    so i went in and changed it to what you had on the working page

    Code:
    <td class="content">
    and it worked perfectly. See if it works for you.

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    thank you

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    Welcome to the forum. You might want to consider clicking the "thanks" button when someone of jcdevelopment's caliber helps. We are not paid and a pat on the back is about the best we can hope for.
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