How to reduce the space between posts displayed on main page?

i need to change the space between the posts being displayed on the main page of my website www.labshab.com

i am using post-excerpts to show below each post title.. and i tried modifying #content but wasnt able to reduce the space.

please guide me

thanks

CSS issues on IE Browser

Help! I am trying to get my form code lined up on a graphic using CSS and I almost have it perfected but cannot figure out what the remaining issues is. I would appreciate any solution. The form is at the following address and it looks good in firefox but doesn;t line up in IE (any version) I am pulling my hair out trying to figure it out. Help? address is: http://contactmanagersuccess.com/formfillingscript/newform.html

look at it in firefox and then look at it in IE

Here is the code

Internet Explorer fix? Elements are overlapping.

Hello!

I'm new to the forum and relatively new to web development. I would be very grateful for some assistance with a website I've been working on: http://www.jameskimballdds.com

The website works with no problems in Firefox, Safari, and Chrome. However, in Internet Explorer, it's not showing up correctly. Elements are overlapping and the slideshow is not working.

a div inside of another div , needs to resize to the height of the outside div

Tongue <div style="width:500px;height:500px;><div style="width: 500px">this div needs to be as high as the first div, what code to i add to do that i have tried "width:100%"</div></div>

Faint Sidebar Line and Height Issue - Very easy!

Hello! I know I can't get much help here because I'm using a premium theme, bu their forums aren't that good. Anyways, I'm having problems with my site Humblesolutions4u.com I'm using elegant estate. I'm sure it's very easy, im just having a brain fart.

Problem 1: I disabled the sidebar, but there is still a faint line running down the main listing area on the homepage. I'm guessing it's an image?

Problem 2: The first 2 listings are the same height, while the third is a bit shorter! I've attached an image so you can see what I'm talking about.

Thank you very much!!

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