And then remember this. Save it without looking at the visual editor. I've found that if you look at the visual editor before you save it, it'll wipe it out. This will get you one line of space before any text begins. Depending on what your doing, in my case putting two large image ads at top, you may have to use a lot of them. Here is a link to the forum where I found this solution. There's a lot of other solutions in there including using that above code above once, and then using the <p> tag as often as you want, but that didn't do anything for me. Some people said different things worked for them, so you might check it out. Well, then, and that comes to the ads themselves. I found another charming site that taught me how to put them up there and having them look nice and tight and side by side, and then automatically creating that space for me. I'll write about that in another post, or when I'm less tired.
How to Put Space Before the First Paragraph in WordPress
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