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    i am in the process of writing the front-end code for the companies new website.

    The work-in progress can be found here:

    At the moment the topmenu “LVL 1” items are centeret in the layout, but the graphic designer who made the webdesign wants the “LVL 1” items to be on right side of the header. Look at this screenshot:

    Since i also need the submenu to fill 100% of the width, i am can of lost to how i can place to topmenu “a little more” to the right?


    Unfortunately, the site is using absolute positioning of the logo and social link divs which complicates things enormously.

    If it were me, I would be using floats (left or the logo) and right for the ul and social div. within a centered container

    This might involve a minor restructuring of the HTML but nothing massive.


    Paulie, i’ll try to change the positioning of the other elements, and post i reply again when it is done, and then maybe you can have a look and see if you have any suggestions :-)

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