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    screwy format?

    The form on my site, http://www.scasp.com/testing/reviewform.php
    is formatted fine till the last section. Why is the 2 elements (in the fieldset, off the page) not side-by-side within the page and also why are the 4 containers in the div=Column4 alsol not side by side on the pade underneath the opther 2?
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    Don't know but this might be one of the reasons it is not displayed correctly:
    Code:
    <div class="Container">
    <label for="recommend">Would you recommend this ASP</label>
    
    <select name="Recommend" id="recommend">
    	<option value="No">No</option>
    	<option value="Yes">Yes</option>
    </select>
    </div>
    </div>
    </p><p>
    
    
    </p>
    This closing </p> just after the div shouldn't be there, also this empty <p> looks a bit out of place.

    Somewhere in your css you have this:
    Code:
    clear:all
    clear: all doesn't exist, try using clear: both. That's all I can see at the moment.
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    Did some fooling around and cut out some of the stuff im not worrying about, so on the bottom of my form http://scasp.com/testing/reviewform.php why arent those 2 elements side by side and how come my 2 buttons arent in the clear?
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    You still have this clear: all in your css, it's in the .Container. It doesn't appear to be the reason of the problem though.
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    did some more fooling around with it
    "Oh, and Jenkins--apparently your mother died this morning."


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