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CSS: text overruns DIV in FF

Posted on 2009-07-02
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at the bottom of this page, the text is overrunning the div.
any thoughts on how to have a cross-browser solution that behaves itself?

thanks!
http://adcoelectric.net/     (Back To Top should be within the first (long) section)

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What happens if you move the back to top up a row in the table?
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It's not actually "overrunning" the div. The background is one big solid image. An easy solution would be to modify "lower_cell_bground.jpg"  to accommodate the content (try the attached image)
lower-cell-bground.jpg
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thanks all
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