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    Help wanted with CSS?

    I'm creating a site which is still in it's very early stages and have encountered two annoying problems that I just can't seem to fix no matter how hard I look (maybe too hard?).
    The first is with the background repeat inside a div, (you can see for yourself here: http://elderlyresidentialcarehomekexboro… ) The white stripe across the bottom is the background of the white block above it and shouldn't be there.
    My second frustration is with how the site loads in the Opera browser, in a window too small to accommodate the page it displays as it should, but in a full size window the whole content drops much lower than it should be. I've tried adding an opera only margin-top adjustment to the css and it just won't budge!
    Any help would be greatly appreciated!!
    luke sawyer

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    Hi Luke,

    Welcome to Sitepoint

    What's the full URL again? It got a bit mangled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lukesawyer View Post
    The first is with the background repeat inside a div, (you can see for yourself here: http://elderlyresidentialcarehomekexboro… ) The white stripe across the bottom is the background of the white block above it and shouldn't be there.
    The URL should be http://elderlyresidentialcarehomekexborough.co.uk/
    If you mean the white space above the footer, you can reduce/remove that by deleting one or more of the <br> tags at the end of your "LeftContent" div.

    Unfortunately, I can't check it in Opera just now.

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    I tried it in Opera 11.6 on Windows 7 and it looked fine. What version/os are you using?
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