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Content width problem in theme

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I don't know why this is giving me such a hard time. I'm having trouble getting the content column in the default templates to match the left sidebar template correctly.

This is the default: http://dev4.wpmate.net/?page_id=72
And this is the actual left sidebar template: http://dev4.wpmate.net/?page_id=74

The content section on the default needs to move left and become wider. The only way it will move for me is if I use a negative margin which in turn invisibly overlaps the sidebar so you can't click on the links.

Could someone give me a hand with this please?
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Question by:Dzynit
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Tom Beck earned 500 total points
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Line 1452 of style.css, remove the css for .site-content
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by:Dzynit
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Thank you - it's always something simple :)
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