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I've tried with all possible ways that I found in many sites but none of them worked out.

I've tried with:
CSS
html,body
{
  margin:0px;
  padding:0px;
  border:0px;
}

iframe
{
    margin:0px;
    padding:0px;
    border:none;
    overflow:hidden;
}


Please suggest
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Updated 2-Dec-15 19:55pm
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Looks right. Maybe the problem is in the content of iFrame, in in iFrame?
—SA
Member 12168078 3-Dec-15 1:41am
   
I checked that as well but I don't think the content is causing the problem.There is some hidden space below. Dunno what could be the possible reason.

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In disbelieve, I just tested this situation with Mozilla, Chrome and Opera, latest versions. There is no such problem. To check it up, do the following: apply the same CSS to the source HTML you put in iframe — you will see no space.

You just need to do your observations correctly and use some logic. One incorrectness looks very apparent: from the very beginning, you provided you CSS for the host page, but did not present a test sample for the source HTML file of the iframe. I immediately suspected that the real problem is that file, and you denied it, and, again, did not provide any evidence. (Elementary, Watson.)

—SA
   
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