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Tijn
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Hello,

I am trying to make a three column layout, but the left and right column are placed where the center column stops. How should I solve this?
Also, In the left and right (menu) column, the menu items are placed with to much space under and below the item. I think this is a problem with the head of the menu (menukop), but how can I place the menuitems right below the menuhead?

The url of the site is:
http://zandbak.broodrooster.net

Thanks for any advise.

Tijn

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Three column layout, left and right columns under center

In your html, place #menulinks and #menurechts before the center content.

cheers,

gary

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Tijn
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Three column layout, left and right columns under center

That does work in Firefox. In IE6, the center column is still placed under the menu's.

I tried adding position: abolute; to the #centrum to solve this. This has no visibly effect in Firefox (which is good), but gives the following effect in IE6:

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I am not sure how to descibe this, so I think this picture says more than a thousand words Smile

Anyone has a suggestion where to look?

Thanks,

Tijn