Chris Coonce-Ewing wrote: > After reviewing a number of issues with making the code XHTML > Transitional, the problem remains with Journalspace (they insert code > that the author isn't allowed to modify and it is not compliant). > > So, I moved my friends blog over to blogger and have edited for CSS > and XHTML compliance (aside from 4 errors caused by the Blogger CSS). > > The issue I'm having is that I still have a blank red space under the > image in the header. Ideally there should be a double line border > under the flower, followed by a double line border and the content. > Instead I have a fairly large blank red space under the flower, then > the border. > > I've tried to edit my "header" section, removing the <h1> but this > results in removing the entire header (for display purposes). I know > it's something obvious, but I'm just not getting it. > > The new location for the site is: http://ronsgirl.blogspot.com > > Thanks again, > Chris Changes in the #header css attributes in the in-line styles: background: url(http://www.coonce-ewing.com/images/kp/banner.jpg) no-repeat top #cb3a26; to background: url(http://www.coonce-ewing.com/images/kp/banner.jpg) no-repeat top left #cb3a26; height:125px; to height:120px; padding: 15px 10px 15px 10px; to padding: 0; should get you pretty close. Ron D.