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I used the layout tool as advised an got this, thanks,
however, i've got 2 questions about

http://www.housetracker.org

no1, can I get my Comission junction div(a div within header div) to fix to the right corner of the header div ?

no2, the layout breaks down in 800x600, i am reducing the widths of all the elements, asp.net controls to see if this is the problem, not working so far,c old there be another problem apart from widths

cheers

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Answer: css class names are case sensitive,

Hi All

My problem was that class name in the css file had a capital letter as first letter an the class name being used in the html file did not, so thanks all for the help earlier

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Glad you got it fixed,

Glad you got it fixed, you've found out thAt Css Is CAsE seNsiTIve!

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