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Thread: css overlaping divs !

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    css overlaping divs !

    i'm just starting put with css and stumbled upon a problem:

    i have 2 divs on my main page, one that is set to float right, and the other is fixed to the left of the screed, and has a defined width. the problem is that if i resize my browser too much, the div that floats to the righ just overlaps with the other div. what i want to do is that if you resize the browser until the 2 divs meet, the floated one does't overlap, but it stops right near the edge of the other one.
    can anyone help me with this?


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    give the one to the right a margin-left equal to the width of the div on the left. That way you dont have to float

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