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10 pixil gap at left and top of page margin?

10 pixil gap at left and top of page margin?

10 pixil gap at left and top of page margin?

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Is there a way to close the gap between the composition and browser edge, (left & top)? It seems like I can't slide the page all the way the the left and top edges. To see what I mean, check one of my pages at www.policek9training.com and you will notice the white gap at the left and on top.
Thanks for any help.

RE: 10 pixil gap at left and top of page margin?

<IMG STLYE="postion:absolute; top:0px; left:0px" IMG SRC="
indexpane2_1_.jpg">
</DIV>

or
<DIV STYLE="positon:absolute; top:0px ;left:0px">
your content
</DIV>

also check to see if your tables have any cellpadding, or a border that is the same color as your page and remove them where applicable.

RE: 10 pixil gap at left and top of page margin?

The body tag can have a margin setting but this is not consistent on Netscape/older browsers.

RE: 10 pixil gap at left and top of page margin?

<body leftmargin="0" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0" topmargin="0">

Give that  a whirl.
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