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image does not stay in the center

Posted on 2012-03-24
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Hi!

We added an image that contains blocks on top of the header of this website.
http://www.orlando-web-hosting.net/
We need this image to be consistently in the center of the header.
It displays fine using IE9 unless someone zooms in or out to say 125% or 75% respectively then it covers the text on the right or left of the header.

Below is an attachment that contains the css rule named resize.

Any specific modifications so this image will remain centered would be appreciated.
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Question by:TrueBlue
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It's the 'absolute position that is causing you problems... except that what you really need to do is take both images into Photoshop and combine them.  That will make them stay fixed in relation to each other.
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