Impossible Browser Result

Please see attached. This is the source of a php program. Note at the very bottom, the css style regarding the last div of class w3-half. Note specifically the style padding-top: 40px;

Note that this code is obtained using Filezilla & viewing the code ON THE WEB SERVER. So I KNOW this is the code ON THE WEB SERVER.

When I run the code on the server, the browser refuses to see the padding style; specifically, in FireFox, the view source shows:  

<div class="w3-row-padding">
                        <div class="w3-half" style="text-align:center"><input type="submit" value="Start Over" onMousedown="ac='s';"></div>
                  </div>
The padding is not there. What shows is the old version.

I thought it might be a Firefox issue so I did the same in Chrome. I can't figure out how to view source in Chrome (AMAZING they make that so non-intuitive), but the behavior is the same.

To test go to rkassoc.org/Lakos_test. Select USA, Any State, select Basin Cleaning & view source. The padding style is not there.

How can this happen?
index.php.txt
Richard KortsAsked:
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Darrell PorterEnterprise Business Process ArchitectCommented:
In Chrome, right-click on an inactive area of the page and select "View page source".

From Chrome, click on this link: view-source:http://rkassoc.org/Lakos_test/index.php?country=USA&state=CA&cltype=B
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Richard KortsAuthor Commented:
WalkaboutTigger

I solved the main problem myself; There were multiple occurrences of the div where the padding was needed. I found & fixed them all. Egg on face (don;t know what the "emoticon" is for that
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Randy PooleCommented:
Do you have a link to the page running on the web server so I can look at the css?
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Richard KortsAuthor Commented:
Found solution myself; see comment.
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