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  • Hi to all. I’m at my wits’ end. This seemingly easy problem has been troubling me for a couple of days… From my blog index.php, the menu div seems to be in the rap div, yet I have no idea why this: http://ataraxyspace.net/journal/index.php?m=20040723 occurs. Forget about the content. That problem seems to have resolved already.
    I’ve tried looking into the past troubleshooting posts, and search google. Seems like I haven’t hit the right spot yet. Can someone enlighten me?
    Thanks!

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  • I can access the login page.
    Or are you talking about the menu ?

    Switch to float. Add a clearer div.

    I’ve tried playing with float: left etc… But it doesn’t seem to work. I’m not sure what you mean by adding a clearer div… 😕

    Congratulations, you are exactly at the point in CSS that everyone has to pass to really getin into the swing. 🙂
    This explains the reason your menu stretches (quite legitimately) across your footer and explains what a div.clearer class is. You need one that is defined as {clear:both; width=0px} for exaple and <div class="clearer">&nbsp;</div> just before your footer. Oh, andRead this!

    It worked! This has been bugging me for 6 months!

    I tried something from another site, but I did not have the clear;both and the width=0 in my class.

    Thanks!!!!

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