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    And I was wondering how I can make that div in the center under the header connect onto the right? I have div number one... the navigation, floating left and holding 20% width, then that one floating left holding 58% width, then the thing on the right floating right and holding 20%. When I put the middle div to 60%, it drops below the right and left divs. -.-
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    You shouldn't really float two paralell divs if there's something in between...:\ I advise just making three divs, all of them conecting. (One big table, divided into segments)



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    Alright, I did it. Does this work out any better? That was actually a great idea since now everything is connected and I only had to use a very small amount of table tags. Not bad at all.
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