I am looking over a webpage for a family member that I did not design. Attached is a screen shot of the content on the right side of the webpage shifting over the center content. It wasn't very bad on IE but it's really overlapped on all other browsers, specifically Firefox. I made a slight adjustment to the sites IE siteStyle CSS sheet and it fixed the minor shift for IE. I cannot do the same adjustment on the main siteStyle.css sheet cause it will also effect the rest of the website. The page on the screenshot is the only one that has this problem. I do not really know enough about CSS to fix this problem. Capture.JPG
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