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Like-Button plugin for Wordpress shift everything after the bar below sidebar

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I am trying to add another plugin with like-buttons,  I thought I can just remove the 'clear both' in css just like the AddtoAny plugin, but it doesn't work.  You can see it in www.wizebiz.ca.  The bar are on the top, but everything follows are shift to below the sidebar.  Please help.  Thanks.
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Jason C. Levine earned 2000 total points
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I still see the original CSS from your first question.

For this new plugin: Same issue, different location :)

This plugin appears to be adding a new div below the Facebook like box:

<div style="clear:both"></div>

And you can see the clear:both is now hardcoded by the plugin.  You need to go through the other plugin files and find that HTML and remove it.
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Found it.  Thank you very much.   I did change the css, I needed to refresh the page before I see the changes.
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