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Why is this line showing up on my website? (Never in the same place, either)

Hi, Experts!

Take a look at the bottom of these pages:

http://www.jennifersaenger.com/peter/food_service.html
http://www.jennifersaenger.com/peter/index.html
http://www.jennifersaenger.com/peter/steel.html

Notice the grey stripe that never shows up in the same place?  How do I get rid of it?  I'm attaching my CSS, and hopefully you guys can figure it out. I'm stumped.


Thanks!
style.css
layout.css
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RedSkyCommented:
It appears to be this property
.tail-bottom { background:url(images/tail-bottom.gif) left bottom repeat-x;}
in your style.css
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RedSkyCommented:
change it to:
.tail-bottom { background:url(images/tail-bottom.gif) left bottom no-repeat;}

or

remove the line in the css altogether.
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J3NN1F3RAuthor Commented:
@RedSky:

Commented that block out, and no such luck.  I've checked for  images that could be causing it, but there aren't any images with that color being called in the CSS files, either.
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RedSkyCommented:
Can you find the corresponding tag with the .tail-bottom class in the HTML and remove the class=".tail-bottom" bit.
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RedSkyCommented:
It's on line 50
<div class="tail-bottom"> replace this with <div>
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J3NN1F3RAuthor Commented:
Perfect.  Thanks!

Any idea why commenting out the rule in the CSS file didn't fix it?
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RedSkyCommented:
How are you commenting it out? You have to put /*  */ either side of line to be commented. Removing the HTML just ensures the HTML doesn't call the CCS line.
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J3NN1F3RAuthor Commented:
That's how I commented it out.

Maybe the CSS just got cached?

At any rate--it's working perfect now.  Thanks a million!
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