Space at the top of my webpages

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At the top of all my recently redone pages is a small space.  I can't figure out how to make it go away.
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If you click on that small space when you are in SiteBuilder, you will see that you have several images layered on top of eachother. If they are not needed just click on the imaage, then click the delete button and then you can get rid of them as they give the illusion that your other images is not positioned at the top when it really is.

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I only see the space when I am previewing, or checking it after it is published.  It isn't present in sitebuilder.   

I just experimented with deleting things one at a time.  It ended up being an html snippet for a google translate widget.  It didn't matter where on the page I had it.  When the page loaded, it had that space at the top.  Doesn't do it for just any html snippet either.  Just the one I had for google translate.

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It really just depends on the html snippet. In most cases the html does not affect the site but there are always exceptions. Perhaps I was not seeing the same thing that you were on your end.  If it helps, you can always take screenshots and post those when you reply,

Mike

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