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    Menu not on the right place, help please

    Thanks a lot and sorry for bothering.. I'm still a html/css code rookie and i need you help, please


    and please have a look here

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    You haven't told us what you want it to look like.
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    @ ralph.m many thanks for your attention,

    sorry, i want it to be look like



    and the css code inside look like:

    #leftpanel{float: left; width:199px; height:auto; background-image:url(back_left.png); background-repeat:repeat-y;}
    #menuL_buttom{float:left; width:199px; height:58px; background-image:url(menuL_buttom.png);}
    HTML code:
    <div id="leftpanel">
    <div align="justify">
    <span class="smalltitle">&nbsp;</span>
    </div>
    </div>
    <div id="menuL_buttom">
    <div align="justify">
    <span class="smalltitle">&nbsp;</span>
    </div>
    </div>
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    ok. this case solved, i just Add clear:left; to the style for "#leftpanel" and "#menuL_buttom", but there another idea?


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