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Why is my site not truly centered?

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Why is my site not truly centered. See image.screenshot
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Look at your CSS your width is set to be
      width: 1500px;
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by:cnl83
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Can I set that to auto stretch or something?
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Kyle Hamilton earned 250 total points
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just remove the width property from the body. you don't need it at all.
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