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Vertical Align Divs

Posted on 2013-01-23
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My page here somehow needs to have the heading & share area vertically aligned using CSS if possible as opposed to tables? It's fluid width, so need an auto vertical alignment..

I've searched but can't find exactly what I need.. Any help much appreciated.
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Have you seen this? http://phrogz.net/css/vertical-align/index.html

Just need a base reference point before we dive in.
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You probably want to fix the unclosed div and duplicate id before you start in case they interfere with the effect you need.

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