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Gap Between Gallery and PowerCMS Content

Thread began 6/09/2011 5:09 am by PimpMyHoodie | Last modified 6/20/2011 3:42 pm by PimpMyHoodie | 1070 views | 3 replies

PimpMyHoodie

Gap Between Gallery and PowerCMS Content

Hi,

I know this is going to be a dumb question (and the answer probably simple!) but can someone please tell me how to add a space between the very bottom edge of my gallery and the text that starts on the next line of my website page?...

the page is built using PowerGallery, which is followed by content from PowerCMS..

I'd like there to be a gap (is it called a line break?) between the two but I'm not sure how to do it!..

here a link so you can see:

artists.php


(Basically I'd like there to be a gap between the very bottom of the top gallery and the words "Artists - Derek Harris" on the next line!)




And here's the code:





InstanceBeginEditable name="MainBodyEditable" -->
<p>
<?php
include('/home/armadaga/public_html/cms/WA_CMS/addtosite.php');
echo WA_getCMSContent($database_localhost, $localhost, '3.1 - Artists - Robert Lenkiewicz' , '3.1 - Artists - Robert Lenkiewicz');
?>
<?php
$pg_id = '1';
$pg_theme = 'light';
include('/home/armadaga/public_html/gallery/galleries/ribbon_fullsize_lightbox/index.php');
?>




<?php
include('/home/armadaga/public_html/cms/WA_CMS/addtosite.php');
echo WA_getCMSContent($database_localhost, $localhost, '3.2 - Artists - Derek Harris' , '3.2 - Artists - Derek Harris');
?>
</p>
<p>&nbsp;




Many thanks in advance!.. :-)

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