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I miss the space module

 
AbbyFitz
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on 06/05/2013

I am working on an article and I have two modules side by side. I tried putting a blank text module above them to kind of anchor them to keep them in place. However, when I go to page view one module is up higher than the other. Is there a way to fix this?


kajohu
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on 06/05/2013

I liked the space module for this reason too.  Is it possible to use a blank text module to do the same thing?   (I haven't tried this yet.)


Karen
AbbyFitz
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on 06/05/2013

I tried it but it didn't work. I finally put in an HTML line in a text box and it held it there. I really didn't want a line break there but I couldn't come up with anymore ideas


Digby_Adams
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on 06/05/2013

I loved the spacer module too. When I checked it did seem as though the text module was doing it's job. I just wish we could nest the modules they way we can on HubPages. I think they make a very attractive page. It makes it so much easier than trying to match up the modules and then have all of the excess white space.

kajohu
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on 06/05/2013

Oops, I had read your initial question too quickly, Abby -- you had already tried what I suggested....Embarassed


Karen
AbbyFitz
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on 06/05/2013

It's ok. I welcome all suggestions!


chefkeem
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on 06/05/2013

The blank text module should work the same way. I believe you can add more space via HTML. If you still have a problem with this, Abby, show me exactly where and I'll have a look.


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AbbyFitz
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on 06/05/2013

Thank you. I got it to work by placing the html line in the text box.  It wouldn't work just leaving it empty.

I'm pretty HTML illiterate. the only thing I knew to do was <hr/>. If there's an HTML code for just the space to put in a text module I'm all ears. Sometimes lines just don't look right.


chefkeem
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on 06/05/2013

I think you can do something like this:

<p>

<br/>

<br/>

</p>

The more <br/> you add, the more space you get.


Achim "Chef Keem" Thiemermann is the co-founder of a pretty cool new platform called...um...er...oh, yeah - Wizzley.com.
AbbyFitz
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on 06/05/2013

Thank you. I'll try it on my next one I'm working on.


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