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

position of header

i tried to fix the header of my webpage but when i zoom out it starts moving left. how to fix?? help please....

Background+elements problem, need HELP fast!

I'm a noob when it comes to CSS or HTML, but I've been working on a Weebly page code for days now.

How can I add a box in the background so that it won't affect the contents of a page?

http://rattus303.weebly.com/

As You can see, I've managed to add a box behind the other elements using #main, but how can I add an independent box element, which won't affect the rest of the page and contents?

[#main-wrap {
}
 
#main {
	margin-left: 245px;
	padding: 0 10px;
	background: #fff;
	border: 1px solid #000000;
}
 
#banner {
}
 
.wsite-header {
}
 
#content {

Centering a floating menu

Hi I'm working on a wordpress site and one of the plugins is a floating menu. Problem is the only 2 options for the menu placement in the plugin interface are left and right, and I would like the menu in the center (and at the very top) of the page.

The floating menu its self is a DIV tag with a UL list inside of each of the list items. I've work been looking at centering a generic div tag, but the factory CSS is littered with "position" css rules that are making it harder to center then I would like.

You can take a look at the site and the floating menu in action here:

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