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Can you select the line break in the WYSIWYG and then go into the HTML. There take an image of the selected markup code and post that here. It may give us a clue as to what is causing this issue. It is hard to tell from the image you've posted.
Thanks so much for attempting to help solve this issue, RoboColum(n) !! I have a small amount of HTML knowledge from a beginner course and a long ago HTML admin guide which I was asked to format from the raw info provided for a dot.com company many years ago -- so I do understand this to a certain extent. I'm just not a coder extraordinairre at this point (lol).
Here's the equivalent markup code which includes a smattering of the code before and after the linebreak "<br />" (I highlighted the linebreak code in bold type before the next line of code -- "<?rh-list_start level...") :
<p class="Bodytext"> </p>
<table style="vertical-align: Center;" cellspacing="0" width="95%" align="center">
<col style="width: 9.407%;" />
<col style="width: 90.593%;" />
<tr style="vertical-align: center; height: 100px;">
<td style="width: 9.407%; padding-right: 10px; padding-left: 10px;"><p
class="Note" style="text-align: center;"><img src="Notepad - use for notes.jpg"
alt="" style="border: none;"
<td style="width: 90.593%; padding-right: 10px; padding-left: 10px;"><p
class="NOTE">If some corporate forms should be signed at this
point, the activity will be finished by the Signature Step on
site. The Hiring Manager signs the corporate forms package and
the activity is placed in the Work Queue if the I-9 form is not
completed in the Signature Step.</p></td>
<?rh-list_start level="1" an="1" class="rl-p-Procedurestep" ?><p class="Procedurestep1"
style="margin-top: 0pt;">If the New Employee provides proof of eligibility
documents within the 3 business days timeframe, the Hiring Manager may
initiate the I-9 3 Business-Days Step by clicking on the New Employee’s
name associated with the I-9 3 Business-Days activity in the I-9 3 Business-Days
process tab of the Work Queue (example shown below).</p><?rh-list_end ?>
<p class="Graphic"><img src="WQ (Click activity to launch I-9 3 Bus-Days Step wizard).jpg"
alt="" style="border: Solid 1px #000000; border-width: 1px;
border-style: solid;" width="1300" height="644"
I actually think that I found the answer to my own question!! Of course, your interest in the equivalent HTML code was the catalyst to me figuring out how to solve this issue. After careful observation of other tables where the linebreak does not exist before and after the table, I noticed that there is a line of code representing the beginning and ending of a paragraph as follows:
So, I copied this code text and replaced "<br />" with "<p> </p>" and compiled my project. Voila! That fixed the linebreak issue perfectly!!! So, I meticulously performed this routine in every topic and it appears to have permanently corrected my problem. I hope this helps others whom may have similar issues in thir projects...
In your first post you said "Is it because I am inserting paragraphs formatted with no space above and below immediately before and after the table?"
The code you cite is a paragraph with an empty space.
So the answer you have come to is "Yes".
is the entity that represents a space in HTML. See http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_entities.asp for more.
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You have misconstrued what I meant which is that the line spacing is set to 0pt above and below the paragraph versus 6pt or 9 pt. I figured out how to fix the problem by replacing the
instead. Thanks for your help though, Peter!
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