troubleshooting Question

Positioning content lower in HTML but higher on visible page

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I'm working on a page with content that is shown on the top of every page, but for SEO reasons, I want it lower on the page.

I've tried this script from another thread:

		<style type="text/css">
			div {position:relative}
		<div id="markupPlacement">Really on Top</div>
		<div id="otherContent">Really on Bottom</div>
		<script type="text/javascript">
			document.getElementById('markupPlacement') = document.getElementById('otherContent').offsetHeight + document.getElementById('markupPlacement').offsetHeight;

However, with bigger blocks of text, it doesn't work quite right.  It moves the top piece down, but leaves a gap on the top.

Is there a better way to do this, with JS, CSS or, egads, tables?

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