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Div element pushed down

Posted on 2013-01-26
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https://angieslist.auctionserver.net/login

... for some reason there is a grey section above the login that shouldn't be there.

It should be more like on other pages such as

https://angieslist.auctionserver.net/signup/
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LifeN-Ti earned 2000 total points
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Hi,
CSS can act funky when used certain ways, here's a quick fix:

common.css line 167 (.login-wrap)
The margin is pushing the entire content div down due to some overlaps or floats possibly (quick glance), but in either case you can do a quick fix by replacing the margin with padding:
.login-wrap {
    margin: 0 auto;
    padding-top: 100px;
    width: 650px;
}

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If you still have issues just post back! Once I have some more time later I can check out the code in its entirety and provide a more detailed answer as to why if need be!

Take care!
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by:LifeN-Ti
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If you have any trouble with that or require clarification just post back:) good luck & take care!
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