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    list item spacing in google chrome

    why dont the ordered list items in the middle of this page this page have a space between them in Google Chrome (vrsn 3.0.195.38), like they do in IE or firefox? And how do I fix?

    Also, how can I get a preview of what pages look like in Google chrome if I dont have google chrome?

    thanks!

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    Hello sixrfan,
    I'm not sure if this is enough to cause it in Chrome but you do have an li not closed correctly. When that is left open, maybe it wreck the rest of the list for Chrome.

    Fix this -
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    <li>Attach a copy of your most recent statements showing the current balance of your mortgage, vehicle, judgment or claim.</p>
    It's the closing p that should be </li>, it's right after the misspelled judgement. See my suggestion about spellcheckers and the like in my sig below.

    Some browsers like a space created with margin-top, instead of padding-top like you have now. You might try that too.
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    thanks ex, but that didnt seem to work.

    any other suggestions?

    also, how do i view chrome browser shots if i dont have chrome installed? for whatever reason, browsershots.org does not have an option for chrome.

    please advise. thanks!


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