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Centering Layers in Dreamweaver

tanyabsam
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I have created a website for my school.  I did not realize that it wasn't centered using different resolutions.  I tried one fix that centered my body, but my links did not work.  Now I have it back to where the links work and the body is not centered in all resolutions. The site is es.houstonisd.org/dodsones.  Please help.
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I use a container div that is the max wep page so if the browser opens maxed it goes to my container div thats 980 *760 currently and in the I just used divs inside to hold all the elements like a header left bar rignt bar and footer and make these divs float left usually and be presice about the size of the div

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Jason1178

When I do that, my header (The grey bar and nav bar are not within the container anymore).  I thought if I used margin: auto on the container, everything inside can have absolute positioning.  I applied the margin auto to the container and body, but the header and nav bar are over to the left.  I thought the idea of the container was that everything would stay inside of it.

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are the floating left you must makre sure all the div's fit in it container otherwise you will get positioning errors

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I realized I had another error as well.  Although I cannot load it onto the web until Monday.  My site has been corrected.  Thanks for your help.
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