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My page is coming up differently from this...
http://www.ectdemostore.com/rpoutdoors/proddetail.asp?prod=pc001

my page
http://davidschure.com/proddetail.php?prod=pc001

don't understand why...
Any help is appreciated...
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Question by:DS928
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by:Gary
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Different how?
There are lots of differences between the 2 sites.
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by:DS928
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I'm sorry.  My main concern is the description next to the image, the line above and the product ID.  The placement of the buttons as well. That is the area I am concerned about.
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by:Gary
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Change your Item name html from
    <span itemprop="name">#1 PC multimedia package</span>

to
    <h1 itemprop="name">#1 PC multimedia package</h1>

Don't know what you want to do with the buttons
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by:DS928
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Thank you I will change that line.  But one of the main problems is how it's lining up.  The product ID should be under the picture and their should be a line above.  I figured the buttons out, thank you.  Mercy, where do I change it?  What page is it on?
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Gary earned 2000 total points
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Move the <div class="detailid">...</div> block in to the image div and remove
    width: 26%;

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    div.detailid {...}
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Thank you Gary.  I appreciate your help.
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