I have a visual problem on my wife's site at Applique, Bear, Cloth doll, Stitcherys, Stitcheries, Quilt, Bags patterns and kits - Petals & Patches.
It is set up as a 2 column site with the navigational buttons on the left. You will notice that the context of the right column wraps around under the bottom of the left column. I don't wish to have that behaivour, rather the right column should stay in it's own position.
I am sure that the solution is frightfully simple (I did a quick search but not knowing what to call the problem I found no obvious previous thread(s))
The code is question is
<div id="hdr" align="center"><img src="images/banner800.jpg" alt="" border="0" width="361" height="154" />
</div> <!-- end of hdr -->
<div id="bodyblock" align="right">
<!-- buttons go here -->
</div> <!-- end of l-col -->
<!-- content here -->
</div> <!-- end of cont -->
</div> <!-- end of bodyblock -->
<p class="disclaimer">Every attempt has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information provided on this website. Please advise us if you have any concerns relating to this site.
Contact the webmaster for further information.</p>
<p class="webmaster">Site built and maintained by <a class='navlink' href='mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=Request for the Webmaster of Petals and Patches'>TIGER TIM</a>.</p>
var now = new Date();
document.write("Site design © Petals and Patches 2004 -" + now.getFullYear() + ".");
document.write("Last updated on " + document.lastModified.substring(3,5) + "/" + document.lastModified.substring(0,2)+ "/" + document.lastModified.substring(6,10) + "</p>");
</div> <!-- end of ftr --->
</div> <!-- end of outer -->
There is an outer wrapper called 'outer' :rolleyes:. A header, bodyblock contains the l-col (the left column) & right column (cont) and a footer to finsish off.
Admittedly I sometimes wonder why I have both outer and bodyblock. It was a long time ago and maybe I don't need both of them?