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  1. #1
    Junior Member
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    Sep 2010
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    Anyone care to take a crack at my header problem. In an effort to clean up some code, I must have deleted a CSS character...although I can't find it.

    It occurred after I took the three content elements in the body of the page out of table and made them floating divs.

    What ended up happening is my upper menu bar moved to the right revealing a "NEW HOME" link that shouldn't be there. This ending up also pushing some social media icons into the wrong position.

    BTW, I am trying to get this site on its feet for a non-profit and did not code the original templates. I am also not an experienced programmer.

    Here's the site:
    New Home Mobile Bay Job Seekers


  3. #2
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    Dec 2009
    Chicago, IL
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    Wow, you have quite a bit of CSS going on there! you can try something like:

    .page-item-511 { display: none; }

    you may have to add some parent elements to that declaration because I didn't take the time to see if there is a display property that's inherited.

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