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ryan2
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There must be an easy fix to this or I did something wrong, since I'm no css master. I'm having trouble aligning some text on the bottom right of my layout. I'm using almost the same style as my right aligned text on the top and that is working fine :?. In safari it overlaps the left text and in IE it kinda hangs offcenter near the middle of the bar. How can I get this snug against the right like the top is?

my site: http://www.3sixtyfour.com

my css: http://www.3sixtyfour.com/template.css

thanks for the help.
this site will definately deserve a link on my site, it's been a big help so far.

dJomp
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right text alignment

It's in the HTML at the top

<style type="text/css" media="screen"><!--
#cleannavright_bot { visibility: visible; position: absolute; width: 250px }
--></style>

Get rid of that whole thing and all should be fine and dandy.

Also there's a spare</$MTEntryCommentCount$>hanging around in the HTML which may confuse some browsers.

Hope that helps.

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ryan2
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right text alignment

Thanks alot dJomp that was exactly it. Don't know how that got there. THanks alot for the help.

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right text alignment

You can't use the $ signs with MT containers, they're only for the single tags, just fyi. If you can </ it, don't use the $'s. =)