HELP! Why is my CSS not placing this div under the prior div that contains a list?

MY PROBLEM:

Here is the site I am working on:
http://www.doctorbrownshoes.com/staging/index.html

I am having problems with the side bar that contains my sub-section navigation and my "Latest Headlines"... As you can see the "Latest Headline" block is showing up above behind the sub-navigation menu (done as a list)... What is causing this error? Please help Smile Thanks!

THE GOAL:

I woud like a fixed vertical position, and scrollable horizontal position.

Is it possible lock the hozizontal scroll of two objects, but not the vertical scroll of the same two objects.

Grae

Can't Change CSS Bullet <-> Text Spacing?

Question for you creative CSS geniuses out there: Is there any way to affect the spacing between a list-style-image and the text that follows?

I'm creating a dropdown menu and using the list-style-image as the left border and drop-shadow. I'm also using a background-image set right for the other border.

Picture gadget is stuck on the right

Can anybody help me, please Smile

I added a picture gadget on my Blogger sidebar (Page Elements > Add A Gadget > Picture), but when I do a preview the picture is moved far on the right, while it should properly be centered, because the Labels widget is correctly centered.

Visual explanation:

I tried changing the sidebar's padding and margins, but then the Labels go left/right while the picture stays on its fixed position.

Here's my CSS:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>

Significance of > in css

I was looking through some code and it had the following:

body>div{
//css code
}

I tried taking the > out and it ruined the layout of the page. What does > do? Thanks!

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