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Problem with 2 divs embedded within the other.

 
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Hello I have some tags you will not recognize in html, however, it does work when I load it from my editor/processor (the tags that seem foreign). My main problem is that I have a div called wrap containing both menu and content divs. These divs has classes called panel and panel content (menu has panel content/content has no content class associated with it.) My main problem is that I cannot get the div called content to appear in the correct position when juxtaposed with menu. The only thing I can do to make it display properly is to put an absolute tag on it. I would like to see about changing something in another manner, other than absolute to force that div to display its text at the top of the div. Any comments appreciated -- including redesigning the divs, Kinda Stuck Right Now, Thank You, Michele P.S. the panel css goes with the divs, the whole thing is a non-java based approach to expand-collapse which is mentioned here: http://www.richnetapps.com/javascript-animated-collapsible-panels-without-frameworks/

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