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  1. #1
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    My 'container' div isn't containing what it's supposed to. I'm not sure how else to describe it. Here's a link:

    http://nuggetdesigns.com/public_html...rotection.html

    I just started building the skeleton of the page. I've created a container div that's supposed to, well, contain the rest of my content. I want the background white and the height to automatically adjust to my content. There's a nav bar at the top and a header bar that are fine. The trouble comes with the bottom part. I have a mainbox div that contains the 'main' box on the left and the 'rsidebar' box on the right (within the rsidebar are a photo box div and menu div). But when I insert these (I'm using DW), they show up outside the container and I cannot seem to get them inside.

    I feel like this must be a simple solution but I cannot figure out what it is. Can anyone help me? Thanks!!

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  3. #2
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    Never mind - I figured it out. If anyone else is having this problem, I just changed the positioning of the container and mainbox divs to 'relative'.


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