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chemmiz

So I am trying to set up a page that has content followed by boxes with just images and I want the side bar to still work on the right hand side. When I add the side bar it pushes the boxes down to the bottom of the sidebar. Can I fix that? http://gc4vets.org/thank-yous/

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Rob
Try this... [code].dcol_2 { float: left; margin-left: 20px; width: 200px; } #soapbox .clear{display:none} [/code] Or [code]#soapbox .dcol_container_2 { float: left; width: 750px; }[/code] In the last option, change the width to the width of your content area or adjust it to consider the padding.

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chemmiz
No luck. The existence of the sidebar pushes the boxes down still

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Rob
Since the boxes are actually quite tough to configure, have you considered using tables? A table would be totally within the content area without changing your code. Are these boxes, by the way, or soapboxes? Try this though, in the meantime. [code]#dcol div.container_2 {width: XXXpx;} #dcol-area {width: XXXpx}[/code]

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chemmiz
regular ol' boxes. It just seemed simpler to keep each box, but I will try the table!

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Start by reading and learning from this... http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_table.asp

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