Css Issue with the Wordpress Divi Theme

I'm having some issue with CSS.  I have been required to build a landing page with Divi.  It's ok I guess, but it puts a lot of extra code on a page.  At bthe very bottom of this page: http://www.louisianahomelending(DOT)com/landing/
there is a link that is for Privacy and for Sitemap.  The are both in containers that should be 50% so they line up side by side but one drops below the other.  I have spinning my wheels for to long trying to figure this out.
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Waqar AhmedAdvanced Theme Developer and Professional Web Development ServicesCommented:
Looks like you already solved it? Looks ok to me in chrome.
mohan singhWeb developerCommented:
I have used Dv theme
Check your control it will provide to arrange your footer data as you want
Waqar AhmedAdvanced Theme Developer and Professional Web Development ServicesCommented:
Your problem is supposed to be one of the 2 links at the bottom, "Privacy Policy" and  "Sitemap" have to stay horizontally aligned to each other. So I have also checked in other browsers, they appear to be the same. Have you tried checking on some other machine or by clearing your cache?
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Julian HansenCommented:
Are you talking about what happens at screen res < 980px?
rgranlundAuthor Commented:
Uggg!  I forgot to mention that it happens at < 980px.
Julian HansenCommented:
That's because your media queries are stacking your columns - the question is at < 980 do you want them to stack OR do you still want them at 50/50?

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