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Old 11-26-2013, 06:25 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by jackie_w View Post
I believe the default style for paragraphs, <p>...</p>, is
left-aligned,
top/bottom margins 1em,
left/right margins 0,
text-indent 0.

So its not surprising that filtering out margin-top and margin-bottom resulted in text which appeared to have a 'blank line' between each paragraph.
At the end saying this is maybe easy, but then you must know what the default style is, you dont know it for sure to, now was the extra css filter set by accident, but how can you know that when you filter something out, it falls back to a default setting, so not setting something will override the default ?
It is surprising to me that when you don't tick something, you will override the default and when you tick somthing it shows default behaviour, that is for me,the other way around.
Since the setting is now off, it should in your logica then add a space at the left and right margins, but it doesn't either.

Last edited by Nick_1964; 11-26-2013 at 06:28 AM.
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