To fix the issue you can do Not exactly an answer, but at least some starting points: You could try looking into the code of the current Compare Viewer using the Plug-in Spy (directly available with eclipse3.5)
How can I make list item spacing more acceptable in html/css email for all viewers?
help you fix your problem Simply resetting the padding/margins on the ul and li went pretty far! @keeg! With this code:
<table cellpadding="5" style="font-family:Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size:12px; color:#333; border-left: solid 1px #e9e9e9; border: thin groove #CCCCCC">
<tr bgcolor=#FF8100 valign="top">
<td style="border-bottom-style: groove; border-bottom-width: thin"><strong>To Do</strong></td>
<td style="border-bottom-style: groove; border-bottom-width: thin"><strong>Document</strong></td>
<tr bgcolor=#FFCA99 valign="top">
<li style="padding:0px;margin:0;">Good Faith Estimate - outlines all the fees and costs associated with your loan</li>
<li style="padding:0px;margin:0;">Uniform Residential Loan Application (If your property is in New York, Ohio or Mississippi, please sign this form and upload it to My Status or fax it back to me at @AGENT.FAX.)</li>
How do I echo %myvariable% into a txt file from batch without giving an permanent value
wish helps you I am making something that writes a program into text file and converts into a batch script. I need to print "if %startmenu%==1 Goto Tutorial" into the text file but I get this: , double the percent-signs:
Echo If %%StartMenu%%==1 Goto Tutorial >> file
Graph API with permanent access token - posts visible only for admin
hop of those help? Your app must be in the development mode. Until the app is in dev mode only the admins, developers and testers of the app can see the posts. You can switch your app to live in the settings-
Does PreparedStatement only make temporary changes in database or can I make it permanent?
I hope this helps you . Please look at an example here: http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/jdbc/basics/prepared.html. If you have set "AutoCommit" to false ie "con.setAutoCommit(false);" as in the above link, the changes are will not be committed to the database. You will have to explicitly call "con.commit();" as done in the example.