Page Difference

Posted on 2014-12-09
Last Modified: 2014-12-09
My page is coming up differently from this...

my page

don't understand why...
Any help is appreciated...
Question by:DS928
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Expert Comment

ID: 40490254
Different how?
There are lots of differences between the 2 sites.

Author Comment

ID: 40490255
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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Expert Comment

ID: 40490268
Change your Item name html from
    <span itemprop="name">#1 PC multimedia package</span>

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

Don't know what you want to do with the buttons
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Author Comment

ID: 40490285
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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Accepted Solution

Gary earned 500 total points
ID: 40490310
Move the <div class="detailid">...</div> block in to the image div and remove
    width: 26%;

    div.detailid {...}

Author Closing Comment

ID: 40490397
Thank you Gary.  I appreciate your help.

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