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Hello, I have read "how not to post..." and I understand this thread is only for commenting and opinions. However, after staying awake until 6 am and being unable to solve an issue I am begging for a little more than an opinion. If this is not the right thread, please indicate where to post and I will ask moderators to delete my original post.

I have also tried to validate the page but most html on the page has been built by a convoluted array of php files so there is little I can do... at least as far as my skills go.

The problem: the form on the page refuses to place itself "on top" of the corresponding column and there seems to be a reason for that "blank space" as once the form is filled, submitted and approved, the resulting listings all show that "blank space" in between listings.

I tried many variations of .css and could lift the form up only to mess the navigation bar and still the space between listings would not disappear. Now, I am not sure whether php is creating this or the stylesheet needs modification.

Again, I am sorry if this doesn't belong here or if it is not .css related but my first impression was that it is and this is why I came here. Maybe someone out there went through the same and can give some guidance?

Form is here: http://www.datarecoverytips.com/submission
Sample of listings: http://www.datarecoverytips.com/nyc-data-recover

Thank you for all the help!

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I have a feeling that

I have a feeling that

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Is causing the space issue.

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WOW THANK YOU!!! That was

WOW THANK YOU!!!

That was it.

That table was built within WP admin by a plugin and the new-line breaks were invisible (not typed in html) although the rest of the code was. I would have never ever looked into that code as it appeared clean.

Thank you again!