One Third properly lining up

I am trying to make 3 columns in word press. The problem is the columns aren't lining up properly. The result looks like this: http://infinite-review.com/practice/. Right after: "Our Courses Desinged for Mr. Ansevin's Classes"

[one_third]
AP Calculus Wait List [/one_third]
[one_third]
Pre-Calculus Wait List [/one_third]
[one_third_last]
Algebra II Wait List [/one_third_last]

Any idea how to get those to properly line up?
cansevinAsked:
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OzFenricCommented:
Hi cansevin,

You have a <br/> tag following each DIV.

<div class="one_third text-align-left" ><br />
Pre-Calculus Wait List </div><br />

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If you can remove this <br/> the divs should line up correctly. Seems a pretty simple issue - have I understood correctly?
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cansevinAuthor Commented:
Thanks! But I can't find the <br/>... it isn't in the "text" section. Any idea where I can find that? Can you tell I am new at this?
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OzFenricCommented:
Hi again,

Just a guess, but... the Text window doesn't show you all the markup that will be used. If each div starts on a new line in the Text window it will be rendered with a <br/> - try removing all line breaks from this section and have it all in one long line.

Hope this helps.
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Julian HansenCommented:
Where and how are you defining your div's?

WordPress is probably being "helpful" and putting the <br/> in for you.

If you are defining your own div's  try putting the opening <div> right next to the closing </div> of the previous button no space or line break.

Failing that tell us how you are creating your div's
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cansevinAuthor Commented:
You're a genius! Thanks.

Chris
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