I have a
While you can do this, you shouldn't. The reason there's extra space between the the lower edge of the word and the bottom border is that's where the lower parts, the descender of the
g, etc, goes: http://jsfiddle.net/davidThomas/jM8JC/17/ (in this demo I've set
1 (no unit), which places the bottom edge of the
y against the lower border.
0.65 places the lower edge of the word
test against the bottom border, but it's a fairly arbitrary measurement, and dependent upon the
font-size used, and, probably, the particular browser.
And if you add
overflow: hidden you can also hide the descending portion of the
y if you wish: http://jsfiddle.net/davidThomas/jM8JC/25/