(I’ve outlined the div’s so that the problem is more evident.) If content in the right sash is longer than the 2 center column divs, then all the right sash content gets pushed down on the page. I can’t remember exactly how to deal with this. Thanks for the help.
Firefox handles this OK, but IE 9 (and presumably any older version), trips up.
Thanks wolfcry911 – Reducing the image width didn’t really help, but removing that div entirely and adding a “clear:left” style to the paragraph makes IE much more happy:
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The form was created at another time and place, and so importing it into the middle column does make for a bit of a mess. However, if you have suggestions for things that could be eliminated, fire away.
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