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Does anyone know an easier way to space down that will work for both IE and Firefox and display the same. I am using:

<br></br>

It spaces so much more in IE rather than Firefox. Have any ideas? Thank you : )

- Drew

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I am use <p>&nbsp;</p> for the space and text is write in the <p></p>. Try it if useful to you.

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I use <p></p> in place of <br> tag, & I think &nbsp; is just used for horizontal spacing. <br><p> or &nbsp; all have the different functions. please don't mix <p> with &nbsp;

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YUK! <br></br> isn't even valid.
Use CSS to control spacing - margins and padding should do. Don't include pointless presentational markup. There's simply no need. What you propose is a quick and dirty fix, but it may come back to haunt you.

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Does anyone know an easier way to space down that will work for both IE and Firefox and display the same. I am using:

<br></br>

It spaces so much more in IE rather than Firefox. Have any ideas? Thank you : )

- Drew

I'm just learning this so I've been trying to fix that too. <br></br> works in Firefox, and </br> works in IE by itself but the one to use is <br /> notice the space between br and the /. This works just fine in bot IE and Firefox.

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There is no need of two tags opening and closing for <br></br> always use <br/>. Its a simple and practice method.

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