Kake (nou) wrote,
Kake
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Another CSS question.

Hello. I have a web design that I can almost, but not quite, get to work. Example here. What I want is for the lorum ipsem text and its header to start in the top right-hand corner instead of being below the purple boxes. But I want that part of the page to be fluid, not fixed-width. How do I do that?

(Screenshot here if your browser doesn't show three overlapping purple boxes in the top left-hand corner — and if your browser doesn't do that, please tell me what it does do and what browser it is.)

If it's not clear: This shows what I want to happen.
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