2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 22, 2008 6:52 AM by Ben Minson

    WYSIWYG Row Height Variance

    Keith_Novice
      Another stumper for me. Created a fairly generic table that I want to be compact. Looks great in WYSIWYG but there's an additional 5-7 pixels added in each row.

      I've played with the various parameters and even tried specifying a preferred height. There's no top or bottom cell padding specified, and I see nothing in the code that would insert space.

      Does this sound familar to anyone, and does anyone have a suggested fix?

      Thanks!
        • 1. Re: WYSIWYG Row Height Variance
          Amebr-ke0mH4 Level 2
          I'm not sure if these instructions will be the same if you are using RH7, but it should at least give you an idea where to start looking.

          Select the table (or cells) you want to remove the "padding" from.
          Select Format > Borders and Shading.
          Click Padding.... You can then play with the amount of space around each cell (I have no idea why this isn't available in the options for tables... )

          I hope that helps.
          • 2. Re: WYSIWYG Row Height Variance
            Ben Minson Level 2
            You could also try looking at the style applied to the text in the table to make sure it doesn't have any padding or margins and that the line height isn't over 100%.

            --Ben