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Hello, I am working on a new layout for my site, and I am quite new to CSS. I have the sidebar just the way I want it, but I can't get the main content to work. Basically, the layout is just a two-columns with a header. I have the left column working, but whenever I try to put positioned to the right of the sidebar, it just appears below it instead. Does anyone know what I am doing wrong? Here is some example code.

<div id="sidebar" style="backgrou nd: #91CFFD; width:175; height:2000;">
<img src="http://mileycyrusfanz. com/everythingcarri eunderwood/_wizardimages/affbar.gif">
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<div class="title" style="backgrou nd-color: #284579; height:20; width:425; left:175;">
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