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Old 05-28-2006, 10:45 AM   #1
RJ Emery
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Default Extraneous Blank Line Before <CENTER>

I have a private website, and within a paragraph there is one particular text line I wish to have centered. Using <CENTER> and </CENTER> to delineate the single line, I find that when the page is viewed, Mozilla and Firefox place a blank line before the single line of text while IE does not. I would prefer no blank line or breaks as is apparently the case with IE.

How might I overcome this deficiency?

<P>This is the beginning text<CENTER><FONT COLOR="#FF0000"><STRONG><I>while this is the one line to be centered</I></STRONG></FONT>,</CENTER>and these words represents the remaining text.</P>

   
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