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css two single select combo boxes with buttons between them

Posted on 2014-01-04
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Hi, I need help with some simple css to create the look of the attachment.  I would normally use tables since I suck at css, but I'd like to do it with divs.  It's just two tall single select lists with scroll bars and two buttons between them.  I am trying to achieve a look where there is a source on the left and a destination on the right.

I have a bootstrap template installed if that helps.
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Something like
http://jsfiddle.net/GaryC123/uNY3j/

<div>
<textarea></textarea>
<div>
    <button>Button</button><br>
    <button>Button</button>
</div>

<textarea></textarea>
</div>

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<style>div {
    display:inline-block;
    height:200px
}
textarea {
    width:100px;
    height:200px
}
div div {
    vertical-align:top;
}

div button:first-child{
    margin-top:75px
}
div button:last-child{
    margin-top:10px
}</style>

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