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CSS issue in IE7, FF4

If you compare this site in IE7 and FF4 versus what it looks like in FF3 you'll see the right hand column on the homepage is dropping below the left hand content. Thoughts on what it could be?

http://bit.ly/jCBPJh

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jonahzonaCommented:
You need to close the #content div before the #sidebar div begins. right now the #sidebar is nested INSIDE the #content div.

Put a </div> right after the <p{/exp:mailinglist:form}.

Here is a screenshot with the applied code.

 Screenshot of fixed code.
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catonthecouchproductionsAuthor Commented:
That fixed ff4, but now it seems broken in ff3
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jonahzonaCommented:
K. working on it.
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jonahzonaCommented:
It seems to be a weird line of code that is causing your problem, just before the sidebar div.

This is it:

<p{/exp:mailinglist:form}</div>

It has something to do with your form. There is a closing div inside the expression that is being picked up by FF3. That is what is causing your issue.

Can you delete this line? Not sure what it is for. Or at least the closing </div> in the expression.
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catonthecouchproductionsAuthor Commented:
Worked, thank you!
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jonahzonaCommented:
No problem!
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