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    Exclamation Div starts below other divs, when they should line up

    I have a test site up a trendstudiosorlando.com/test/index.html

    Mostly everything is working, however my div which contains my content is somehow being pushed everything when it should line up with my other divs, I have attached what it should look it. What could be causing this?



    Im really stumped. Help?
    Last edited by lmorales; 08-30-2012 at 07:15 PM.

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    Actually dang, let me try wording this a bit better, the background is showing up green like it should, and that innercontainer2 div is being pushed below everything...thats pretty much whats going on.

    Thanks!

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    How did you want the page to look? IMHO it's not bad. You do use some depreciated code such as <center> and <body bgcolor="#8e9a94"> which css should be used. Oh body color is in the css and center is replaced with margin: auto.

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    Make sure the combined widths don't exceed the allowed width. People forget about borders, padding and such when they lay out a page.


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