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One column lower than the other

Please look at the page that is linked below, and see if you can tell me why my right column is lower that my left column.

http://insurance.illinois.gov/ipxp/defaultnew.asp
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Barry62Commented:
I only see one column, unless you mean the footer.
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tailoreddigitalCommented:
In FF and Chrome it shows as one column, check it in IE
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tailoreddigitalCommented:
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smitty62Author Commented:
Please see attached
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Barry62Commented:
You should be using Divs for your columns, not span.  Span is used for non-block elements (i.e. 1 line).  Also, put 'clear:right;' in your css for five-column left.
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smitty62Author Commented:
You can't put a div within a div can you?  Don't you have to use span instead if you want to acheive that effect?
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Barry62Commented:
You can put as many div's inside of divs that you think you can keep track of. ;)
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Cornelia YoderArtistCommented:
I believe you need a </p> at the end of this line:

     <p><a href="https://ipxp.healthalliance.org/content/contactus">Contact Us</a>

to end the paragraph.
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smitty62Author Commented:
Yes, you are right, and that worked.  Thank you.
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Barry62Commented:
you're welcome
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