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    Hello Everyone,

    I’m working on a school project for an affiliated organization and I’m having a couple problems. I know the coding is probably horrible, but this is my first time, so don’t bash me too hard.


    Basically, I’m trying to keep a one pixel distance between the bottom of the main navigation and the slider wrapper on both sites but it only looks good in one browser. I have been trying to tweak the padding-bottom in index-sencer.css and index-ncsce.css, but it doesn’t look consistent in Chrome, Firefox, and IE. Does anyone have any suggestions on this or maybe a different route I can take?

    Secondly, I’m trying to position “click here to find initiatives.” on this page to be below the map image but every time I try, it pushes the text to the first column. I’m assuming it has to do with the width of the third column, but I’m not totally sure. Any suggestions?

    I appreciate the help and thanks in advance.


    As for the first issue, it looks the same for me in Chrome, FF and IE8 – not sure where your problem is!

    As far as issue numero dos is concerned, it’s because you don’t have a width assigned to content3. If you give it a width and also float it to the left, your problem will be solved.


    I was able to fix my first issue just recently by assigning the masthead bottom padding as a global style and then added bottom-padding to the sencer logo because it isn’t as tall as the ncsce logo.

    I’ll have to try out your input for the content3 div.

    Thanks again!

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