text not staying where I need it

Hi!

We have two pictures on this page. http://www.topsecurityinc.com/
The text directly below the two pictures goes between the pictures when the resolution is 1680 x 1050.
Is there a way to modify some of the rules in our stylesheet so we can eliminate all of these page breaks and it will not matter the resolution a user's monitor uses?

Here is the html ...

<div class="home-page-main-content-left-image" title="Family Secure at Home | Top Security Inc"></div>
   <div class="home-page-main-content-right-image" title="Employees Secure at Work | Top Security Inc"></div>
   <br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
   <div class="newdiv">
<p class="main"><b><i>&quot;If only I’d called you sooner.&quot;&nbsp; &quot;I never thought this

I tried adding margin-bottom to the right image, but it only pushed down part of the text below.
If I add a margin-bottom to the left image it pushes down the right image.

TIA      
TrueBlueAsked:
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BardobraveCommented:
Try this:

<div>
  <div class="home-page-main-content-left-image" title="Family Secure at Home | Top Security Inc"></div>
   <div class="home-page-main-content-right-image" title="Employees Secure at Work | Top Security Inc"></div>
</div>
<div class="newdiv">
  <p class="main"><b><i>&quot;If only I’d called you sooner.&quot;&nbsp; &quot;I never thought this</i></b></p>
</div>
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Tom BeckCommented:
Not seeing it with IE 8 or Chrome 10. What browser and version are you seeing it on?
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TrueBlueAuthor Commented:
I am using IE8.
Barbobrave,
So you are saying add a division surrounding the two image classes?
If so, then would I put the margin-bottom in the new division to eliminate the <br>s ?
TIA
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BardobraveCommented:
Yes, you can add the margin to the new <div> who will enclose your both images and separate them from text <div>, allowing him to jump below the images.
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