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I've got problem. Here's what it looks like, Click Here. The div #sidebar-b should not be that far from the #sidebar-a or Part# 1. They should only be 50px appart from each other.

Any help is appreciated.

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I've got problem. Here's what it looks like, Click Here. The div #sidebar-b should not be that far from the #sidebar-a or Part# 1. They should only be 50px appart from each other.

Any help is appreciated.

Well your sidebar-b is not related by 50px to sidebar-a but to your image face.gif!!! You can see that if you change margin to 0px
I would recomend to you use table or posittionig

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OK, I just played with it little bite and came with effective solution.

You have to put both sidebars in container "div" as followed

[B] <div> [/B]
<DIV id=sidebar-a>
<P>Part# 1</P>
<P>Welcome to the LorResident service. At the LorResident we provide the 
following services: </P>
<P></P>
<UL>
  <LI class=SmallestText>1 
  <LI class=SmallestText>2 
  <LI class=SmallestText>3 </LI></UL></DIV>
<DIV id=sidebar-b>
<P>Part# 2</P>
<P>Zoo siab txais tos nej rau hauv LorResident (Tsev Neeg Lauj). Nyob rau hauv 
LorResident peb muaj kev pab raws li nram no: </P>
<P></P>
<UL>
  <LI class=SmallestText>1 
  <LI class=SmallestText>2 
  <LI class=SmallestText>3 </LI></UL></DIV>
[B] </div> [/B]

than rest of the code

<DIV id=content>
<P align=center><IMG height=101 src="lorresident_files/pcSupport.gif" 
width=166></P>
<P align=center><IMG height=101 src="lorresident_files/web.gif" width=166></P>
<P align=center><IMG height=101 src="lorresident_files/video.gif" 
width=166></P></DIV>
<DIV id=sidePic>&nbsp;<IMG height=399 src="lorresident_files/face.gif" 
width=315></DIV>

Simple solution, just time to time its take me little longer :o

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Thank you very much! I'll give that a try. By the way, why do I need the extra div container to hold those two divs?

Again, thanks!

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