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Three column CSS not working properly

Discussion in 'CSS' started by ljCharlie, Jun 8, 2005.

  1. #1
    I've got problem. Here's what it looks like, http://www.lorresident.com. The div #sidebar-b should not be that far from the #sidebar-a or Part# 1. They should only be 50px appart from each other.
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    Any help is appreciated.

    ljCharlie
     
    ljCharlie, Jun 8, 2005 IP
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    Okay, probably not the best response being that I am no CSS guru.
    But if I read the code correctly, the "clear" element on sidebar-b places the float below the previous float left element which is the "content"

    If you place the sidebar-b element before "sidepic" and "content" in the HTML I can make the sidebar elements look properly but the remaining elements appear to be following the "clear" command from above.

    Also, the margin element probably shouldn't be 50px on sidebar-b.

    Sorry I couldn't be more help. Couln't fix it but got it close to what you were looking for.
     
    rbucich, Jun 8, 2005 IP
  3. ljCharlie

    ljCharlie Member

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    Many thanks for the response. I got it working now.
     
    ljCharlie, Jun 9, 2005 IP