Softaculous <![CDATA[paragraph spacing and carriage return]]>
Based on the fact that if you add such code when creating a page, it is very unusual to add that code will be in the middle of an entry line.
Plus, the top of the page is the normal location of an HTML style element. I see everything so uses the name mso (Microsoft Office?).

There is also an HTML comment block with OfficeDocumentSettings. I assume you are using an original HTML or XML (or DOCX) document. Microsoft Word should not be used to build an HTML page because Microsoft has its own way of constructing an HTML page.
Based on the previous points, I think the best you can do is:
First, delete any HTML comment code in the footer of your template that will be introduced in a paste action.
<!-- if gte mso 9><xml>
</xml><!endif--><!-- if gte mso 9><xml>

:squi: Shorting the code  :P

QFormat="true" Name="Book Title"/><w:LsdException Locked="false" Priority="37" Name="Bibliography"/><w:LsdException Locked="false" Priority="39" QFormat="true" Name="TOC Heading"/>
</xml><!endif--><!-- if gte mso 10>

Second, you have two options:
  1. Write your text in the stupid Notepad editor. You can check for typos by pasting it into the Word text program, see what's wrong and correct it in the stupid Notepad text, and copy and paste only "plain vannila" notepad text into your sitepad editor. This approach prevents unnecessary HTML code from Microsoft.
  2. A second approach is to install the free WhatYouSeeIsWhatYouGet (WYSIWYG) Bluegriffon HTML editor. There you can enter your text in your own style. Then you have the option to copy ansd-paste or the "plain vanilla" text or to copy and paste the HTML code of your entered text.
The third point is that you are talking about the space around your images. There is a Style block which is displayed as a comment block:
/* Style Definitions */
{mso-style-name:"Table Normal";
mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm 5.4pt;

My guess is that this is also unwanted Microsoft formatting code.

At last, now it brings me to your "spaces around your image" problem. If you remove all those program disorder code the possibility arise that everthing looks normal. At that moment you can define the CSS padding and margin spaces around each immage like you wish.

I hope my advice will save you a lot of work on your next attempt.
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 23:05:28 GMT
<![CDATA[Bad image quality in image slider]]> Tue, 20 Oct 2020 13:29:30 GMT <![CDATA[Suggestion for image portfolio]]>
in short:

- A hide function for the "all" button
- A change text for the "all" button

thank you!]]>
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 12:54:48 GMT
<![CDATA[paragraph spacing and carriage return]]>
The text did it's random size change trick again, but repeating the process a third time and it seems to want to cooperate.

I do have another question please. Is there a way to make the images responsive on a phone? you can olny see part of the image on a phone or small screen. so the blog images make no sense and it compromises the look of the website.
Thank you again.
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 12:40:32 GMT
<![CDATA[paragraph spacing and carriage return]]>
It was written in word. Then copy and paste it into notepad. Then put it into the 'rich text' widget.

The website is being edited using Firefox browser.
I'm using the old sitepad editor.
(because website was built by chopping up one of the older templates using the old site pad editor).

An example of the random problem was putting images in the blog post and trying get a consistent spacing to the text before and after the inserted image.
I set it up to look correct in the editor. Then after I publishing it and checking it, the paragraph spacing has disappeared, or maybe increased.

Then when I went to edit it the final time the text also actually changed size for that particular paragraph.

The only fix was to cut the whole paragraph out of the blog, paste it into notepad again. Then take out all the carriage returns, so it was one big paragraph. Then post it back into the blog and do the paragraph spacing in sitepad.

It almost seems like notepad was still hanging onto some of the format info???
Which was strange.

I'm in the process of fixing the blog in question, as it still has odd spacing and looks unprofessional. You can view it here:

Note: I've also had some of the text change color whilst editing. Again just random sections of it.

Thanks again for your time and the info.
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 11:53:30 GMT
<![CDATA[All VPS stopped]]> But this is a working solution for more than a year now.

Just make sure it is called on systemstart or (if you use csf) put it in That way it will run every time csf is started and do the job automatically.]]>
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 09:56:51 GMT
<![CDATA[All VPS stopped]]>

Wonder why it happened in the first place?]]>
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 09:50:48 GMT
<![CDATA[Predefined Styles]]> .rotateimg180 {
  -moz-transform: rotate(180deg);
  -ms-transform: rotate(180deg);
  -o-transform: rotate(180deg);
  transform: rotate(180deg);
I expect that with or without a period, the style name "rotateimg180" must be filled in

Tue, 20 Oct 2020 08:28:32 GMT
<![CDATA[Searching e-commerce for digital products]]> I'm looking for an e-comerce free, user-friendly, open source shopping cart software to sell pdf documents and e-books online with direct download after payment

I would appreciate if someone can point me in the right direction

Thanks in advance]]>
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 08:22:32 GMT
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