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Two divs - One wraps around image, the other starts float left under image

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Hello!

I am making a template that can be used multiple times on as site.

There is a container div titled "StaffContainer".  Inside it is:

Div titled "StaffBioPhoto"  It consists of an image that is floated left, and has some text to the right of it.    That seems to work okay.

And after that a div titled "StaffBioParagraph".  It needs to start directly below the float left photo, flush left.

Right now we are using carriage returns to move the staffbioparagraph text below the image, and that is of course not ideal.  

Again, both of these divs are inside the StaffContainer div

So what would the css be to get the staffbioparagraph div to start  float (flush) left, below the float left photo.

Is it a clear????

Thanks!

Rowby
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Add to the StaffBioParagraph div's css
clear:both;
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Thanks, Cathal!  

Works perfectly (of course)!

Rowby
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