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Trying to move DIV element down inside container via CSS

Posted on 2012-08-10
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On http://truckauctionsqa.leaseplan.com/view-auctions/sales/

I want to move the class="header" div further down so that it's somewhere in the middle vertically of the truck banner.

Whenever I try to add margin-top=... it moves down the entire id="main" element for some reason?
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I figured it out via padding the header element at the top and then reducing its width.
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I figured it out via padding the header element at the top and then reducing its width.
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