Arlen Walker wrote on 11/18/2003 08:16:25 AM:
> Is it *really* necessary to put 53 returns in at the top of the source?
My guess is there's JSP scriptlets up there. My experience is that, unlike
PHP for example, when a JSP is rendered it doesn't clean up the white
space where the server-side scripts were located.
The home page (with all 3 styles) looks great to me in:
- Mozilla 1.6a
- IE 6 SP1/win
- IE 5.5 SP2/win
- Opera 7.21/win
I can't tell if the print version is supposed to look the way that it does
though in the Parchment style. When I do a print preview in Mozilla 1.6a
and IE 6/win, there is a large area of white-space at the top..
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