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    Firefox 1.5b2 bug?

    F-Man, thanks for the reply. I have had it center div, then left then right in my mark-up (using a negative margin with the left/nav div to push it into the right spot) because I've read in a few places that it's best to put the center column first in the mark-up (the only reason I can recall at the moment is that search engines index stuff more heavily the further up the page they are). As far as putting a float:left in the right column, that's because when I put float:right before it pushed the column way too far to the right in both Safari and Firefox. My friend designed the site in terms o
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    Firefox 1.5b2 bug?

    I'm working my way through the book Stylin' with CSS and making a site for a friend as I go along.I have what looks to be a workable, kludge-free page based on a floating three-column design. Almost everything is groovy, except for one major aspect. In Safari everything looks great. In the most recent beta of FF 1.5, the right column is dropping way down from where it should be, and I can't for the life of me figure out why. The bastard div is div#right. Again, all good in Safari (i.e., lines up perfectly on the top with both the left and center columns) but in FF it shows up waaaay lower vert
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