Mysterious white boxes

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I’ve got some odd white boxes appearing near the top of the page after graphic items, but being decidedly inexperienced I cannot, for the life of me, work out what’s causing them; there’s nothing there in the editor.
Any advice would be GREATLY appreciated.

Thanks.


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Have a look at this style:

body { margin:0px; background-color:#fff; background-image:url(Resources/white.jpg); background-repeat:no-repeat; background-position:center; background-attachment:fixed; height:100% }

Have you got anything that has taken this style up

David


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I’m not sure. How would i find out?


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Go into Edit>Styles

Select body on the LHS and change some of the parameters on the RHS

(Make a note of what you change so that you can change it back)

Click OK and view the page again.

Did you create the styles body, html, img button etc. or did you copy something into your FW page that had these styles applied to them already.

You can also try deleting styles (-) button bottom left if you are feeling brave enough to recreate them if it goes wrong.

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I suspect that owning FW express instead of pro may cause me problems here. Will have a thrash tomorrow, though.
Will come back if still struggling. Thanks.


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It appears that the aforementioned style is indeed present. If I remove it, will it solve the problem? Or what kind of alteration will I make?


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Sounds mad I know but…try and make the text in the HTML boxes slightly smaller but keep the actuall HTML box the same size. I think part of the problem here is the fact that the text is too big for the box when viewed in a browser and so it has to expand the page…and doing this causes the white boxes to appear. However long the boxes are is how long the page is having to be expanded!

Just muck around resizing the boxes, changing the text size etc until the boxes are gone

Hope that helps - all the best,

FT


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