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    In the dark of night of evening past I added pseudo lines to this page to rid it of the sainted background image that brought forth the same effect for <div id=”outer”>. I did grin upon observing the the end result until I zoomed the page, then terrible things began to happen, evil things. I was so stuck with fear that I didst sleep with a candle lit next to my bed which is quite embarrassing for a man in his 50’s. The evil thereof I speak are the accursed pseudo lines which do not stay in place with the rest of the page. Pray tell, what CSS spell can be cast to control the demons that have caused this to be?

    Thankest thou.


    I figured it out. Had missed that I set the outer width like so:

    #outer {

    I changed it to:

    #outer {

    It appears to work fine now.


    Cthulhu taketh away and yet Cthulhu forgives thee.


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