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Hello,on a form page I am testing, the layout isn't doing what I had hoped.the page URL is: http://www.fortuneinteractive.com/Consultation_test.phpand the CSS is http://www.fortuneinteractive.com/CSS/primary.csswhat I had hoped for what the vertical line to extend all the way down to the footer. This does happen in IE, but not in FF. Also in FF the footer is off, and in IE the content for my right column drops down below the form. I believe that there is some code or css in the form causing these issues, b/c when I take this code out, the layout is corrected. I just cannot pinpoint the offending code or CSS!any assistance is greatly appreciated.-Bruce G.

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Well it's a very nice website. But your code is a mess, I'm sorry to say. I spent forever trying to figure out what was happening and I would have to spend forever more to figure out how to fix it.anyway, it seems like the testimonials isnt within the #blocks element, which is why it's acting funny.On a side note, when you have a website with this large of a CSS file and so many different div tags, its a really good idea to document both your html code and css code, as well as organize the css into easy to understand sections. This will make editing it faster for you to do in the future and easier for people like me to help you out. Also, indenting your code would make a world of a difference for me when I'm trying to figure out whats going on.

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