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So I found out, in case anyone else runs across this problem, is that in standards-compliance mode, images are set to display as inline by default, which leaves a space underneath the image (the baseline underneath inline elements). Adding a img{display:block;} to your css will stop this from happening. Took me awhile to figure it out, and maybe it’s a no-brainer, but wanted to post my findings.