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Hi, :-)

On Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 08:46, Christian Lohmaier
<> wrote:

Might be a bad example, as there are lots of empty paragraphs in there.

a paragraph just for the anchor tag, and yet another one completely
empty. For example:
<h3><a style="text-decoration:none;"
of a Previous Version of LibreOffice for Windows</a></h3>
<p><a style="text-decoration:none;"
<p> </p>
<p>Lorem ipsum dolor [...]</p>

Note that the heading itself has the anchor, and the <p> just below
contains the same anchor, then yet again a completely empty paragraph,
then follows the text.

That is the reason for the huge gaps between header and paragraph in this case.

Also note that for anchors, you don't need to use <a> tags, and
especially you don't need to surround text with them (and use
text-decoration:none to disable treating it as a link).
<h3>headertext<a id="someid"></a></h3> does the trick as well, as would do:
<h3 id="anchorname">headertext</h3>

Darn! I'll clean that up and fix those links shortly - I'm just
working an another page right now.

David Nelson

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