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    clear: both; substitute for firefox...

    If there is already a post with a substitute for the clear: both; command for firefox I am sorry. I couldn't find any on here or anywhere on the internet. I doubt there even is one. If not, how can I work around it so that the same results are produced on IE and firefox?

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    I pretty much meant in general...
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    What exactly doesn't work in Firefox? The only difference I saw was the container seemed to have a greater height than in IE.
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    I'm seeing the right hand sidebar dropped down to the bottom of the page.
    Place a wrapping div around all of those individual elements and float it right.
    Lose the clear:both in the smaller div's inside.

    Look at the method used for the left hand 'panel'. Sort of.

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    Ah thank you.


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