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Old 26th January 12, 09:02 PM   #1
phadley
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Default hey guys im new and need some help. thank you

Hello, guys im new, i need help. i have this website. www.stratus-networks.com/riseup/

and i am having problems outting ad bars down the sides. i have three bars on the left side, the 3rd one is supposed to float to the other side. the right side has one that is being pushed down. im so lost and really out-of-my-mind lol, i usually have no problems, but wordpress is kicking my butt with this css. any and all help would be greatly appreciated. because i need the layout done by the 1st. so i have less than a week. thank you guys. hope to recieve good answers thank you. it needs to look like this and i do not now how to. i just need the side ad bars.

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Old 27th January 12, 11:36 AM   #2
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Default Re: hey guys im new and need some help. thank you

I wrote a tutorial for problems like these: How to Position in CSS. I would suggest the float method. Start with that, and see what problems remain. But do study it diligently, because it's all in there.
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Old 28th January 12, 08:42 PM   #3
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Default Re: hey guys im new and need some help. thank you

You have #top_left floated left, but you don't have #listing_control floated at all, so the #top-right box, floated left, falls UNDER the #listing_control and floats all the way over to the left.

Float #listing_control left, float #top_right left, add margins for the desired spacing and you should have what you want.

Add "clear:both;" to #featured to clear the floats above it.
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