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HTML and CSS to place elements correctly  RSS feed

 
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i have a problem with my code. i moved my login and suggestion form to the right and now i want to align my main section left and for it to be 60% of the page..




 
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But something tells me that's not what you're trying to do?
 
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My suggestion would be to adopt a grid system such as Bootstrap rather than trying to roll your own.
 
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thanks all
i got a similar advice to use bootstrap grids so am working my way there
 
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