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Moving rows with CSS

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I'm not sure if this is possible with CSS, but I'm running out of ideas. I've been working on a project using shopping cart software that does NOT allow me to view the PHP code to adjust the structure. However, I do have access to the CSS.

Here is my issue: on http://www.greensurfshop.com there are currency flags at the bottom of the footer. Currently, they are all on their own separate line. I need them all to be on the same line going left to right. Is this possible with my CSS?

All suggestions are appreciated!
Feb 14 '11 #1
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drhowarddrfine
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They are all on the same line.
Feb 14 '11 #2

JKing
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Don't see it now but when I looked at this yesterday there was a float:left and clear:both applied to each flag. The clear:both would prevent them from being all on one line.
Feb 15 '11 #3

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