When I set my text to the Hub format I have used, sometimes I get too much white space at the end of my text at the bottom in between the area to the top of the photo I have used at the bottom of my hub.
How can this be eliminated?
Many Sincere Thanks,
I get this constantly too. I have found a way to get rid of it, but it's a bit time consuming. Once I paste a paragraph, I go to the end of it and hit delete twice. Then I go back up to the beginning of the paragraph and hit backspace once. That eliminates that extra white space, but it's a pain in the rear.
THATS IT! Thanks, dear Daughter of Maat so much for this advice!!!!! Really, really appreciate it.
Your Friend, Kenneth
You're quite welcome. It drives me nuts when I'm posting a new hub. But once I figured out how to fix it, it's just become routine now.
You know I wonder if it has anything to do with the browser I use? I use IE, and I wonder if the same thing happens in firefox. I'll have to try it next time lol
I often have this problem, I backspace under the text within the capsule until the text sits at the bottom of the capsule. I think this is what you are referring to?
Yep, every time I backspace at the end of the text though, the beginning of the text jumps down about two lines and I have to go up and backspace delete the extra lines. It's really weird actually. But it's been happening for the 6 months I've been here.
Reality Bytes, thank you also. I cannot have too much good advice from hubbers who are more talented than I. I mean that too.
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