> And if anyone knows the reason why I have the other problem with my
> thumbnail_grid div's position, please let me know! That's on this
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Claude Needham already answered that one, but here's a repeat.
That "width: 100%" is throwing it off. That says that it needs to take up ALL of the width of its
parent, which means that it can't go next to anything, since that wouldn't allow it to have ALL the
width. You need to set the width to something else, and keep shrinking it until it fits in there.
The best way to do that is to set your nav column with percents too, and have the two of them add up
to something close to 100%. (20 and 75, for instance - to give some wiggle room for margins,
padding, and rounding errors)
And your grid is off because your images are different heights. If you make them all the same
height, it'll align itself.
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