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    agh, super easy, elements not on same line

    <div class="breakinglinks"><span class="carrotrt"> >> </span>
    <a class="linkinsidedropdown" href="">Harley Davidson 2013 outlook expected to be above analyst consensus</a>
    </div>



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    span.carrotrt {
    color:darkred;
    padding-right:5px;
    text-decoration:none;
    }

    div.breakinglinks{
    display:inline;
    padding:5px 0 0 5px;
    }



    The above ends up like
    >>
    Harley Davidson 2013 outlook expected to be above analyst consensus



    where as im trying to have it on the same line

    >> Harley Davidson 2013 outlook expected to be above analyst consensus

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    Hello phpchick,
    The snippet you've provided doesn't reproduce the problem you're having, the arrows and anchor all display on one line.
    Maybe your .breakinglinks inherits a width from something we aren't seeing?
    Maybe a reset somewhere changing your anchors to block level?
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