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    I have some text and an image that get wrapped when screen is re-sized. It looks fine on standard screen sizes, but on the smaller sizes (and smaller windows) my nav gets wrapped, a floated image gets wrapped...it's just bad. I notice on some (very popular pages) that their page does this as well. I do NOT want it, tho. I tried percentages, I tried pixels, I tried putting "body {Width: 100%; }" and I just don't believe I understand it. Please help.

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    You can put min-width on your divs but IE doesn't recognize it...

    Sometimes I put min-width on my main wrapper... Find out at what width the divs start wrapping, set the min- width to just a little more.

    There is a hack for IE that works, but not near my pc right now.


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