Can someone help me divide the long text box next to the left nav bar into two even columns for text and visuals to be added? I'm new to DW and my company has a header generator that is making things really difficult for me. Thanks in advance for any insight. Please let me know if you need to see anything else
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<div class="cntCol colWidth1 leftnavCol font3" id="col1">
<li class="first"><a href= "Who We Are.html" title="Firm 1" >Who We Are </a></li>
<li class=""><a href="Strategy.html" title="Firm 2" >Strategy</a></li>
<li class=""><a href="A History of Impact.html" title="Firm 3" class="">A History of Impact</a></li>
<!--<li class="last"><a href="ubs.html" title="Firm 5" class="">UBS </a></li>-->
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<p>Through a combination of educational initiatives, mentoring, outreach to the military, employee affinity groups, and an annual conference, VOWS promotes career development, support, and retention of veterans throughout the global financial services industry. </p>
<p>Central to the VOWS mission is the recognition that many of the skills veterans developed in the military–leadership, fast and accurate decision–making, operational focus, and the drive to accomplish a mission–have a direct application on Wall Street. VOWS also recognizes that the cultural values our veterans have developed in the military—passion, drive, commitment, and teamwork—mesh with the corporate values sought after and practiced in the financial services industry. VOWS works with military organizations, veterans groups, industry associations and vendors to build awareness and understanding of how these skills and cultural attributes make military veterans outstanding employees.
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could it be that Nancy's answers in this - just finished - thread http://forums.adobe.com/thread/887951?tstart=0 would be the right thing for you?
Her advices you will find here: http://alt-web.com/TEST/boxes.html and
Anyway, I would suggest you at the moment to search Nancy's tutorials and demos here: http://alt-web.com/.
It's very hard to give a definitive answer based on a snippet of code like this. Would it be possible for you to post a link to this page so we can see both the entire HTML content and the CSS that affects it in a live display?