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  1. <!-- I don't want any space here --!><table><tr>***test1***</tr></table>I'm using HTML in IBM's Lotus Notes Domino product, using what IBM calls pass thru HTML to render some nice looking tables in my application. My tables are perfect except I have a blank line in front of each <table></table> that I can't see to get rid of. Any thoughts? From what I can tell HTML itself is the culprit for automatically inserting this blank line, though I can't rule out that it might be how the other product is rendering the HTML. Thanks, Paul.
  2. I am working on a website for a company who does Karaoke and they need a song list. I have a sample page of a few songs selected from a sample database I set up. The MySQL and PHP I used organize the artists (removing the word "the" from the artist name), and then the songs when the artist has multiple songs on their list. However, when the artist has multiple entries in the database, I only want their name to appear in the first instance. For example: Adam Ant - Goody Two ShoesThe Beatles - Eleanor Rigby__________ - Hey Jude__________ - The Long and WInding RoadBlondie - Call Meetc. (obviousl
  3. I am frustrated because this: <div style='width:400px:height:150px;border:1px solid blue'>...</div> does not give me a 400 by 150 pixel region on the page.(the 'border' could be background-color; it's just there toshow the region boundaries.) <div> always seems to be page width.The best I can get is with <td> (table cell),which will be no bigger than the enclosed contents. I want a "box" into which I can put thingsand those things will be inside the boxand the box will be around those thingswith the specified size.Exclusive - nothing else on the page will be inside t
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