How to remove the blank space between images?


#1

Hello guys,

Do you know how to remove the blank space between images in descriptions? Because it’s looks terrible!

I don’t put "enter"between images, I don’t put br> in the code. I know it has always been here. But, maybe someone has found a solution.


#2

If it is pre-defined in some default css class you probably wont be able to overwrite it. I may be wrong though.


#3
InlifeThrill said

If it is pre-defined in some default css class you probably wont be able to overwrite it. I may be wrong though.

Thanks, Dobromir. If this is true, then it’s sad.


#4

I think it’s pre-defined! so,

Ugly descriptions: coming soon!


#5

I’s time to redesign profile pages! :slight_smile:


#6
||+1175044|abstract-labs said-|| I's time to redesign profile pages! :)

I don’t like this idea :smiley:


#7

Best description page is on BEHANCE

this blank porblem make dificult all description work.

My advice: If you use dropbox for your images host, you can solve this porblem with one image. I was using photobucket but photobucket was not show true size at big images. DROPBOX have no problem for big (long) image sizes. You can see an example here: http://videohive.net/item/snow/9552856


#8
modeon said

Best description page is on BEHANCE

this blank porblem make dificult all description work.

My advice: If you use dropbox for your images host, you can solve this porblem with one image. I was using photobucket but photobucket was not show true size at big images. DROPBOX have no problem for big (long) image sizes. You can see an example here: http://videohive.net/item/snow/9552856

It will not solved the problem. What will happen if you decide to add a link to one part of your big image? I know what will happen.


#9

This is just my alternative sorry : (


#10
modeon said

This is just my alternative sorry : (

Don’t worry, it’s not your fault. :slight_smile: In any case, thanks for responding.


#11

Is there any solution released now for Codecanyon ?


#12

Yes. Don’t put any space between the images in your code.
Example:

<img src="http://blah.com/part1.png">
<img src="http://blah.com/part2.png">

The above will cause the spacing issue. But you can remove the spacing by getting rid of any spaces/new lines between the <img> tags, like this:

<img src="http://blah.com/part1.png"><img src="http://blah.com/part2.png">

Enjoy :slight_smile: