div is off a bit

http://test1.campuswebstore.com/

div is off by a bit (see screenshot).

I need help putting it right below the top menu bar.

Been staring at this for a while.  I need a fresh perspective.
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David S.Commented:
The menu links are overflowing the bottom of ".C". One solution would be to change the padding of "ul#css3menu1 a" to "9px 10px".

P.S. Why all of the single letter IDs and classes?
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Tom KnowltonWeb developerAuthor Commented:
>>>>The menu links are overflowing the bottom of ".C". One solution would be to change the padding of "ul#css3menu1 a" to "9px 10px".


I'll try it here in just a minute.




>>>>>P.S. Why all of the single letter IDs and classes?

I was given an Adobe Illustrator document that had a mock-up of the site.

I took that and "sliced" it into the different areas where stuff belonged.  Then I named each area with a letter.  I made a corresponding CSS class for each letter, naming the class after the letter.

For me, this was the quickest easiest way to get everything on the web page in place, and know which divs needed to float left instead of right, or which ones needed padding.

If I ever lose my worksheet for the page...that will be BAD.


Although it has that effect, it was not an intentional attempt to obfuscate the page design.  :)
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HagayMandelCommented:
add to # class:
margin-top: 8px;
this will drive the layer a bit downward, and position it properly.
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Tom KnowltonWeb developerAuthor Commented:
thx
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