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I'm using <ref> tag on my own wiki and noticed that the lines comprising refs is not adjusted to those not comprising it. Please see next images:

Ref chrome

not correctly adjusted (IE, Chrome)

Ref firefox

correctly adjusted (Firefox)

On IE and Google Chrome, the adjustment of lines aren't correct. concerned page

But on Firefox, it's correctly displayed.

Ref correct

correctly viewed. (IE and Chrome)

I know that One Piece Wiki has no problem with this(see image beside), and I take a look on the css page but I didn't get point. How can I manage this problem?

Someone teached me :

sup { line-height: 0px; }

put this on wikia.css. Cafeinlove 10:10, February 1, 2011 (UTC)

That will work, but it'll mess with every superscripted element. You might want to use sup.reference {line-height:0;} instead, which will make only the references shorter.  Monchoman45  Talk  Contribs  Skystone  12:30,2/1/2011 
Thank you for your advice! I replaced it and it works fine.
Cafeinlove 07:30, February 2, 2011 (UTC)