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Two pixel gap under flash in Firefox

Sent by Jessica Mays on 1 September 2005 14:02


Changing the font-size does not seem to do anything for me here.
However, when I set the line-height it actually makes the <div> bar
below disappear.

Following the suggestions of the other recent thread about extra white
space causing gaps I removed all white space (which I really didn't
have) and line breaks.  I still see the gap in Firefox.

I have added a div around the movie and a margin-bottom:0 to that as
well and I still see the gap.

<div id="movie" style="margin-bottom:0; "><object
codebase=",0,29,0" width="692" height="184" style="margin-left:2px;
margin-bottom:0; padding-bottom:0; background-color:#00FF00;"><param
name="movie" value="whoclicked-ad.swf"><param name="quality"
value="high"><embed src="whoclicked-ad.swf" quality="high"
type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="692" height="184"
style="margin-bottom:0; padding-bottom:0; background-color:#cc0000;
"></embed></object></div><div style="background-color:#006600;
height:2px; "><img src="images/sp.gif" width="1" height="1"></div>

Subject: Re: [css-d] Two pixel gap under flash in Firefox

In addition to removing margins/paddings, setting font-size and
line-height to zero usually works for me.

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