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How can I line up the jquery login plugin(float to the right), at the bottom, with the logo on the left

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Hi, I'm using this plugin, http://www.cssjockey.com/web-development/html-css-tips/jquery-css-login-panel
I tried the float attribut but that's not working.  Please see the attached file.  Thank you.
Besides lining up at the bottom with the logo.  I would also like to have its Z index set high so when it drops down the login panel it would lay on top of everything else in its way.
Login.png
Index.htm
news.css
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Can you post a link to the active page?
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Thanks but my web hosting site is down.  I've figure out to use minus cooridate and that works.
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