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This is the code for that section.

<div class="box">

<div class="padding1">

<h2 class="p3">Important Links</h2>

<ul class="tabs">

<li><a href="http://www.canadapost.ca/cpotools/apps/track/business/findByTrackNumber?execution=e2s1">Canada Post</a></li>

<li><a href="https://www.usps.com/">USPS</a></li>

<li><a href="http://www.metric-conversions.org/weight/kilograms-to-pounds.htm">Weight Conversion</a></li>

 

</ul>

</div>

</div>

 

It appears to be ok?

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Check all those divisions you have surrounding this list - I randomly deleted several of them, and the links started to work. I did not check into this in detail, I'd have to look through the CSS for each of them.

 

There really should not be any reason you need so many division here - I'd start over and keep it simple. Use only a division if one is needed. You can apply ID's or classes to a ul tag and define it that way, and may not need a single division around it at all, but I don't see any single reason where you actually need all the divisions you are using on the entire site. And when you do use divisions, give them meaningful class or ID names - grid 4 alpha will likely not mean a whole lot to you 3 months later.

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You'd learn a lot more recreating your own - and it's always a bit PITA to try and figre out what someone else has done, especially when it's as cluttered at this template.

 

Nothing wrong with templates - if there's nothing wrong with the one you're using rolleyes.gif

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Everytime I try to delete any of the closing div's. I get an error on the page.

Sorry that I am not very good at this but if you can telling which one you deleted maybe it will make more sense to me.

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I cannot tell you which ones to delete without seeing what they all do, I was just deleting blindly using the 'Edit HTML' in my FX Webdeveloper's bar.

 

I would seriously consider recreating this page from scratch - the layout is not that difficult, and you'll learn a lot more. The way this is coded right now, you almost have more divisions than you have content.

 

Example - a division class for padding - makes no practical sense. Just add the padding to the 'mother'division's CSS.

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