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DIV section is getting pushed down

Posted on 2012-04-11
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I'm trying to figure out why my "Featured Cars" section is getting pushed down almost a whole page from the row above it.   Can someone help?   The site is www.drivecore.com and the "Featured" cars section is down near the bottom of the page.   I'd appreciate any help!
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total width of 'carsectionleft', 'carsectionright' and 'lowermain' main is more than width of screen, which is why the last one is pushed down.
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That's what I thought, but I tried reducing 'carsectionleft' and 'carsectionright' down to much smaller widths and it doesn't fix it.  Can you tell me specifically what I need?
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You can get it back up by reducing the widths and also adjusting 'left' attribute.

BUT, from the aesthetics point of view
if you can simply make 'width:auto' from 'width:40%' for 'featured cars' parents div, then your page will look much better
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