This is a bit complicated to explain so I will tell you the steps to create the problem and see if others can recreate it and help to fix it.
1. Create a page
2. In Ultimate TinyMCE create a table 8 colums by 20 rows
3. Select colum 6 and 7 in row 4 down to row 10 so you have a box 2 colums by 7 rows
4. Then from the tables dropdown menu select merge cells.
5. Place an image 300w x 600h in the merge cells.
6. Then in row 4 select colum 1 to 4 and merge the cells
7. Repeat step 6. For rows 6, 8 and 10.
8. In row 4 colum 1 which now spans 4 colums put one word eg TinyMCE and give the merged cells a background color.
9. Then in rows 6, 8 and 10 add a paragraph of text so that in total you have more text than the image is high.
10. Then save the page and view the page in a browser.
If you get the same problem in the browser row 4 will match the height of the image. Strange huh? Any one know how to stop this from happening?
From Josh Lobe
Okay, I tried to replicate this… and aside from feeling like I was playing a tetris video game… I was unable to see what you are describing.
Perhaps you can link to a screenshot where I can see what you mean?
Continued from Install Ubuntu 10.04 server for an installation of Virtualin, Webmin Usermin.
2. Additional Ubuntu Configuration.
a. After the server restarts login using the Username and password you created above EG: Administrator
i. NOTE: For each command line instruction below you will have to add the prefix of “sudo”.
ii. Or you can become the root user
(1) By typing “sudo su”
(2) Or enable the root user by typing “sudo passwd root”
(a) Then enter the password for Administrator
(b) Next provide a password for the root user when prompted and re-prompted.
(c) Next, to switch to the root user enter “su root” then enter the password for the root user.
(3) NOTE: enabling the root user is not recommended by the developers of Ubuntu. See http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=765414
i. Fail2ban is not necessary (you do not have to install fail2ban to run webmin/virtualmin/usermin) however I always install fail2ban and then configure it after running install.sh and carrying out the post install configuration. I will give configuration instructions for fail2ban later in this tutorial. You can obtain more information about fail2ban at http://www.fail2ban.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page
ii. To install fail2ban type “apt-get install fail2ban” at the command line
(1) When prompted enter y and fail2ban will install.
c. Update the server just to be sure all software is up to date
i. At the command line type “apt-get update && apt-get upgrade”
ii. When prompted enter y to install the updates
iii. This can take a few minutes depending on the number of updates.