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my left hand divs are not appearing

Posted on 2009-07-07
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I am trying to get my divs to line up side by side and they look great until I look at it in Chrome or IE8. I keep having this issue, I've floated, cleared clear floated. Help
see www.neunetworks.com if you still have ie7 compare the results in Mozilla.
The wrapper is the box around the whole content, offers is on the right and 360wide is on the left in the code below. 360 doesn't show up in ie8 or chrome
@charset "utf-8";

/* CSS Document */
 

body{

	background-color:#515B53;

	text-align:center;

}

#wrapper {

	margin:0 auto;

	border: 1px solid #FFF;

	overflow: visible;

	position: relative;

	visibility: visible;

	width: 800px;

}

.masthead{

	width:800px;

	background:url(/images/logo.png) left no-repeat;

	float:left;

	clear:both;

	height:100px;

	border-bottom:#FFF solid 1px;

}

/* Panels */

.360wideimage {

	border: 1px solid #FFF;

	width: 360px;

	height:168px;

	background: url(/images/iStock_000000034971XSmall.jpg) no-repeat left;

	margin-left:5px;

	float:left;

	

}

.360widetext {

	border: 1px solid #FFF;

	width: 360px;

	height:250px;

	margin-left:5px;

	float:left;

	clear:left;

}
 

.offers {

	width: 246px;

	height:168px;

	background: url(/images/offerspanel.png) no-repeat center;

	margin-left:5px;

	float:right;

}

.offers h1{

	padding-top:15px;

}

.offers p{

	font:Verdana;

	font-size:9px;

	line-height:normal;

	text-align:left;

}

.news {

	width: 246px;

	height:260px;

	background: url(/images/newspanel.png) no-repeat top;

	margin-left:5px;

	float:right;

	padding-top:12px;

	

}

#panelcontent{

	padding:10px;

	overflow:scroll;

}

h1 {

	font-family: Corbel, Calibri, Tahoma, Arial;

	font-size: 12pt;

	color: #F15A24;

	text-align: left;

	text-indent: 10px;

}

p {

	font-family: Corbel, Calibri, Tahoma, Arial;

	font-size: 10pt;

	color: #FFF;

	padding-left: 10px;

	padding-right: 10px;

	text-align:justify;

	line-height:12pt;

}
 

#projectlist p {

	font-family: Verdana, Geneva, sans-serif;

	font-size: 9pt;

	font-style: normal;

	font-weight: normal;

	color: #000;

	text-align: justify;

	padding-right: 10px;

	padding-left: 10px;

	border-bottom-width: 1px;

	border-bottom-style: solid;

	border-bottom-color: #333;

}

#footer {

	font-family: Verdana, Geneva, sans-serif;

	font-size: 9px;

	font-weight: normal;

	color: #FFF;

	text-align: center;

	height: 25px;

}

/* Forms and tables */
 

label {

	font-family: Verdana, Geneva, sans-serif;

	font-size: 9px;

	color: #004842;

}

input {

	font-family: Verdana, Geneva, sans-serif;

	font-size: 9px;

	color: #004842;

	border: 1px solid #004246;

}

th {

	font-family: Corbel, Calibri, Tahoma, Arial;

	font-size: 14pt;

	color: #FFF;

	background-color: #333;

	text-align: left;

	font-weight: normal;

	padding: 5px;

}#wrapper #offers p a {

	color: #F15A24;

	text-decoration: none;

}

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Question by:cokefour
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by:Jason C. Levine
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When I look at that page online, I don't see the same CSS as above.  Firebug does not show .360wide* styles from neunetworks2009.css

Try renaming the classes so they don't begin with numbers?

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Jason C. Levine earned 125 total points
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Ah-ha...that seems to be the issue:

http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/syndata.html#q6

section 4.1.3 Characters and case:

"In CSS, identifiers  (including element names, classes, and IDs in selectors) can contain only the characters [a-zA-Z0-9] and ISO 10646 characters U+00A1 and higher, plus the hyphen (-) and the underscore (_); they cannot start with a digit, or a hyphen followed by a digit."

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by:cokefour
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Right on the money, I'm off to go and check other websites I had issues with. many thanks
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by:Jason C. Levine
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>> I'm off to go and check other websites I had issues with. many thanks

(laughing)

Yeah, me too...
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