I've just finished going over some of the threads in this forum where members are asking anyone for help with some problem on their site. Not one of them included the url to the site in the original post.
If you need help, please tell us where your site is located.
Do you really think we know why the left side <div> isn't floating to the left without seeing your site?
In almost every case there is no way for us to help you without seeing your site. We probably will need to see the code. We probably will need to see your css. We may even have to tinker with it a bit to see whats wrong and how to fix it.
Additionally, in order for us to tell you how to fix it we may have to reference specific code within your file. That way we can give you a bookmark to look for when you're making your changes. Damned hard to do without seeing the code.
We promise not to steal your code. Chances are real good that if someone can help you, and knows how to steal your code, they don't need to steal your code. They would write it themselves.
You can give us a link like this: My Site
Or you can type the url like this: 3w.example.com
Or you can type it like this: www example com
Or you can type it like this: example.com
It doesn't really matter we'll figure it out.
Oh yeah, if it is the site in your sig, tell us that too. Don't make us guess.
For your sake...
Help us Help you.
I don't know about anyone else, but if you ask for help in a post and don't tell me where your site is, I will not even bother to ask for a link. I'll just move along. Which sucks because I do like to help when I can.