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    Positioning divs

    Hi there,

    I have created a three panel rotating content section. The third panel is falling below the other two like this:

    http://www.ladyluxeinvitations.com/burl/index2.html

    What's going on with my CSS that's causing the third panel to bump down?

    I'm hoping this is an easy fix! I would like the three panels to be centered on the screen.

    Any ideas?

    Also, I am still having trouble with how my menu is displayed in Firefox. It appears like so:



    Thanks is advance!
    Last edited by lk19; 05-31-2010 at 06:53 PM.

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    float your three panels to the left, and erase the "position:absolute" and the "left:xxxpx" lines... that would do it
    Lo bueno del cine es que durante dos horas los problemas son de otros.

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    and i almost forgot... add position:relative
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    Thanks but I still can't get the News and Alerts box to be positioned beside the rotating content. I did change the design slightly (from three panels to two panels). I couldn't get the News panel to move in either case.

    Any suggestions?

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    Try this:

    #newsEventsContainer remove "clear:both;"
    #footerBanners add "clear:both;"


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