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Posted on 2011-09-09
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How do I move and center the "Pat Quinn, Governor   Jack Messmore, Acting Director" to just under the "Illinois Department of Insurance"?

http://insurance.illinois.gov/newdefault2/newdefaultflat3.asp
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For your #GovDirNames just add text-align:center;
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Or like this: #GovDirNames ul {text-indent:250px;list-style-type:none;}
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Thanks again SSupreme, that worked, and I set the margin-top:-50px; to move it up.  I'm trying to get a better handle on how to position things on the page with CSS.  Do you know of any good books or references I could use to help me learn this a little faster?
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Just curious why you wouldn't use text-align:center?  More semantic and you'll get exact results every time.
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I scrolled to the bottom of the page, and took the last suggestion that was there.  I just changed it to text-align:center, and yes that worked.  Thanks LZ1.  
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Thank you
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I suggested my solution because you wanted to move not align, and as I can see center of "Illinois Department of Insurance" isn't where it is now.
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