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How can I get these links moved to the right?

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Head out to http://muscularchristianityonline.com/profiles/header.php. I want to move the links you see in the nav bar to the right.

I've determined that I have to adjust the ul settings, but I don't know how.

What do I have to do?
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Question by:brucegust
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In #nav {....} remove the width and add float:right
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That'll do it!
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