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  • http://www.wairoa.com/nz/history/
    Where/how can I edit the amount of space that appears above and below the Pages: 1 2 3 etc when using the <!– newpage –> tag? I would like to reduce the space between the article and Pages: 123, and again reduce it betweeen Pages: 123 and the Comments link…. maybe even bring Pages 123 and Comments together on the same line.
    You can see it as it is now on the above link… scroll down to Sunday, July 11, 2004, the second item for that date.
    Any ideas? Thanks.

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  • Moderator Mark Jaquith

    (@markjaquith)

    Here is your current code:
    <div class="feedback">
    Pages: 1 2 Comments (0) </div>

    Try taking away the paragraph tags, or including the “comments” part in the paragraph. Also, play with the CSS margin and padding for “.feedback”

    Well do not fight the insertion of the p tags. Just style em up. eg only:
    .feedback p { margin-top: 0; }

    Can anybody please tell me where to find the part of the code that inserts the and on either side of the text output of <?php link_pages() ?> ?
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    At a guess you need something like
    .feedback p { display: inline; }
    Or something similar.

    Or .feedback {display: inline;}

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