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DIV wraps when it shouldn't

Hi all,

I have several DIVs side by side, and the last one wraps when it
The reason is ostensibly that the text inside is very wide, i.e. that
text inside does not wrap.

What determines the one that will wrap? i.e.
1. the DIV
2. the text paragraph inside?

Mar 1 '08 #1
1 2032

Thanks again. For some reason, my HTML is not doing
what your example is doing. I think I will have to start from
scratch to determine what's going on. One complication
is that I have another DIV floating on the righthand side,
and my short DIVs contain DIVs within them.

Mar 1 '08 #2

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