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NerdDinner MVC tutorial, map not positioning correctly like completed MVC sample

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 03, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
I have been studying the NerdDinner MVC tutorial for the past week, and I am at step 11 - the part where  adding a Map is introduced.  I have been following the instructions as closely as possible, and I am at the part Integrating the Map with Create and Edit Forms The tutorial runs the sample app at this point and displays how the map should look -- this part being "Host A Dinner".  In the completed sample (which runs correctly for me) the map displays to the right side of the textboxes of Create.aspx, in some kind of container.  But in the sample I am building - per the tutorial - the map displays in the upper left corner of the page, and the container (for the map) displays below the  textboxes on my Create.aspx -- as per the image here:   I tried stepping through the code in the completed sample, but I was not able to see how the map is positioned in the page.  Any suggesions how to fix this problem -- how to position the map correctly on the page -- how to control the positioning of the map -- would be greatly appreciated. Thanks    

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