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    Column is pushed downward by something in HTML, not CSS?

    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/i...hool-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?

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    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...

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    Used !override and it worked. Case closed.


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