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html: http://beast.bsa.kent.edu/projects/anthony/header/
css: http://beast.bsa.kent.edu/projects/anthony/header/css/main.css

Check out the page in Firefox first and you can see that the Kent logo in the header is properly aligned. On the other hand, if you then go to IE6 you will see that the margin attributes I am giving the #header_logo div are applying them to and from the #search div instead of #header_container. Any help would be awesome...Thanks

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try adding clear: right to

try adding clear: right to the header_logo id

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Thanks, that worked out good

Thanks, that worked out good but now that I have added the other logo to the left side it pushes the one of the right down below. How would I keep them on the same level?

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did you try putting the

did you try putting the second image after the logo in the source code? You also have slight case of divitis, there really is no reason to wrap everything in a div. just id or class the image itself.

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PROBLEM SOLVED

I took out the divs and fixed a few things before I tried to rearrange the order and everything worked. Thanks for your help.