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Old 01-23-2013, 08:15 AM   #1
verydeepwater
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Multiple Div Tags in Fixed Layout Epub

I seem to have trouble when I include multiple div tags on one page of a fixed layout epub. I am using a div class to select and format all the items on one page, and then other div tags to format particular sections of that page. Often things seem to break down with the third div tag. Is there some rule about using classes or IDs to distinguish different divs inside another div?
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