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Learn how to float divs in a container with CSS with this quick video tutorial. For more how-to's, check out http://www.tutorialsfornoobs.com
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Hey everyone, David Turnbull here. A very common problem designer have when using HTML and CSS is they want to have two divs; one floating on the left and one floating on the right within another div.
As you can see, this is—it doesn’t work by default and there are lots of tricks out there you can use like Java Script Toys, messy hacks but it’s actually incredibly simple to fix. And I am surprised that it took me so long to found out actually how to do this.
So, in the top level div, the one surrounding the other two, you simply have to make it floated as well. So you just type out the command such as float left in your CSS. You save that. GO back to your browser, refresh, as you can see its back to normal. Everything is fine. The parent div is perfectly surrounding the child divs. And you can still change the top level div to have you want it to look even though it is technically floated. It does not have to be still floated to the left or anything because that can easily be changed.