I have a problem that I can’t seem to solve. It seems that the CSS HTML box adds a space at the bottom of the box for every new paragraph you start (each time you hit enter).
For instance, if I write 5 paragraphs without hitting enter, then “fit box to content” and then view the output, the box will be perfectly fit to the content. However, if I shall press the enter key after each paragraph, although in the FreeWay Pro editor, the box will perfectly fit to content, when I view the page in the browser, there are the additional spaces at the end. For long pages, this spacing can be quite large. You can see this with a colored box background very clear.
The real problems is how the different browsers handle the spacing. I have to check the pages on FireFox, Camino and Safari for Mac, as well as Internet Explorer and FireFox on the PC. They all show the bottom spacing different.
Safari and Camino seem to add the most space when viewing, and FireFox and Internet Explorer (Windows) add the least. But to the spacing to be good on all browsers, so no text is cut off, adds more space to Safari, thus it makes long pages look not as good. I’ve tried breaking the page down into separate CSS HTML boxes, but I use padding, and this becomes a problem. I really don’t want to have to put boxes within boxes and lose the padding…
Any ideas? Also, is there a way so that when you hit enter, it just does a line break
?? Freeway Pro automatically creates a new paragraph when you hit enter. I would like it so that it just moves to the next line, and I would hit enter twice for a new paragraph like other editors.
I love FreeWay Pro!!! I’ve already used it for 3 web sites. The problems mentioned above are my only real issues.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
PS I can upload some examples if anyone wishes to see them, with screen shots of how each browser handles the same code.
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