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View Full Version : Column is pushed downward by something in HTML, not CSS?



apptoychest
12-14-2010, 08:27 PM
Hi folks, I've been digging through firebug for the last hour or so and cannot find the root of this problem:

This page has a column of content that is correct:
http://www.kidseducationalapps.com/

But this page (and other child pages) seems to have the same column pushed downward.
http://www.kidseducationalapps.com/ipad-review/monkey-preschool-lunchbox/

I found the code that is controlling it here -- but it appears to be generated dynamically, outside of the CSS?

<div class="col-right" style="margin-top:-285px;">

For the right look, this needs to be closer to "-325" only I can't find the reference in the CSS?

Not sure where in the world this single style is coming from?:confused:

apptoychest
12-14-2010, 08:53 PM
This might be the ticket... the problem is coming from "element.style" so maybe something to do with javascript?

There is a thread about it below.

http://drupal.org/node/229348

In there, it says I can get really specific with the div and override it with CSS...

apptoychest
12-14-2010, 09:02 PM
Used !override and it worked. Case closed.



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