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html elements get moved after ajax call

Posted on 2013-11-01
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Hi.

I have an html page with two divs. First div is floating right and second div is floating left.
I have a jquery code that makes an ajax call and fills second div.

The problem is after the call, second div goes down.

Why?
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t is most likely that the the jquery is changing the way CSS rules are being applied, or something in the content loaded with the ajax call are changing the structure and/or CSS.

Without a link to the page, it is not like we will be able to help much.

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I have found from myself. The problem was that after the ajax call, the contents on second div is bigger than the original one, which makes div doesn't fit to the same line.
Thanks for your help anyway.
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I fould solution from myself
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