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    form?

    I'm trying to display the form (dropdown box) on the same line as the text,\
    http://fixmysite.us/coronadoshores/calendar.php

    but display: inline is not working?

    How do I do it then?

    Thanks...
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    I can't see what form you are talking about.

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    The simple auto-submiottinng form thats nothing but a list box, im trying to make it be on the same line as the text.
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    If you mean the sort by location list (you could have been specific!) then it's sitting outside the <p> element, so can't sit with it. Even if you try to put the form inside the p, the browser might just close off the <p> anyway, so you will still be out of luck. An alternative is to remove the <p> element and just wrap a div around the text and form. Then the form will sit inline. You'll just have to style the text inside the div to match the styles you had on your <p>.


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