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Hey guys,
i made this website, however there is a white line between the menu and the flash object.

I tried to remove it, but it absolutely doesn't show anywhere on dreamweaver!
Anybody got an idea?

it's http://www.chateaulacordaire.com

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Try adding "padding-top:0" to your #content in the CSS file and see if that'll remove the space..Also, you might want to use Web Developer add-on wth Firefox and poke around the CSS layout of your site..

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I just looked at it in an old brower and part of the line is grey under the logo. The menu loads several times when I move the page. Maybe the problem is with the formating around the menu.
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Hey guys,
i made this website, however there is a white line between the menu and the flash object.

I tried to remove it, but it absolutely doesn't show anywhere on dreamweaver!
Anybody got an idea?

it's Chateau Lacordaire

Thanks!
In which browser you are viewing this site?? Have you checked in both browsers? i mean in IE and Mozilla??

As well as i am also agree with the reply which is given by Raz0rEdge
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hi i sugest 2 fixes one delete the hight aspect for the flash video on the css
or add a small tab like div between the flash and the menu and colour it black if the white disapears you have got a problem with your spacing
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