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Hi, I was updating a webpage for our website and I would like to center list items in an already centered table, however the White Space Error occurs when viewing in Internet Explorer.
So when I want bullets to look like this
---------table cell start---------
*list item one
*list item two

-------table cell end--------------

they end up looking like this:

---------table cell start---------
* list item one
* list item two

---------table cell end------------

I can get rid of the white space, but then the list items are not centered.

I've been playing around with a new table, so only one cell is filled out but on IE it doesn't show up correctly. Help would be appreciated.

Here's the code so far (only one cell is filled out)

<tbody>
<tr>
<td><center><strong>Learn How to Use Line2</strong></center><center>Did you just download Line2 or need help setting up your User Console? Check out some of these articles for help on configuring your voicemail, call forwarding, auto attendant and more!</center><center>&nbsp;</center>
<ul>
<li><center><a href="http://support.line2.com/categories/20058287-getting-started">Getting Started with Line2</a>&nbsp;&nbsp;</center></li>
<li><center><a href="http://support.line2.com/forums/20500902-getting-started-with-line2-free">Introduction to Line2 Free</a>&nbsp;&nbsp;</center></li>
<li><center><a href="http://support.line2.com/forums/146063-number-transfers-lnp">Number Transfers (Porting)</a></center></li>
<li><center><a href="http://support.line2.com/forums/20597981-professional-greetings">Professional Greetings</a>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</center></li>
</ul>
<p>&nbsp;</p>
</td>
<td>&nbsp;</td>
</tr>
</tbody>
</table>

TomaToma
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Sorry, here is the code

Sorry, here is the code

<tbody>
<tr>
<td><center><strong>Learn How to Use Line2</strong></center><center>Did you just download Line2 or need help setting up your User Console? Check out some of these articles for help on configuring your voicemail, call forwarding, auto attendant and more!</center><center>&nbsp;</center>
<ul>
<li><center><a href="http://support.line2.com/categories/20058287-getting-started">Getting Started with Line2</a>&nbsp;&nbsp;</center></li>
<li><center><a href="http://support.line2.com/forums/20500902-getting-started-with-line2-free">Introduction to Line2 Free</a>&nbsp;&nbsp;</center></li>
<li><center><a href="http://support.line2.com/forums/146063-number-transfers-lnp">Number Transfers (Porting)</a></center></li>
<li><center><a href="http://support.line2.com/forums/20597981-professional-greetings">Professional Greetings</a>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</center></li>
</ul>
<p>&nbsp;</p>
</td>
<td>&nbsp;</td>
</tr>
</tbody>
</table>

and the white space error looks like this

*__________list item 1
*___________list item 2

Tony
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Hi TomaToma, I'd start by

Hi TomaToma,
I'd start by removing the center tags and use text-align:center instead.
Then remove padding and margin from the UL and LI and play with the values till you get it how you want.