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I have been playing with this for awhile now.  I am trying to center these three images with a space between each.  I tried one big div with each image inside a div.  Did not work.  Adding a div also interrupted the background fade as well.  How can I do this?  Thank you.  File attached.

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by:Gary
ID: 40389572
Where are they supposed to be
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by:selvol
ID: 40389594
Like already said.
Where>\?


Add this to these lines class="displayed"

   <img src="images/OMG.jpg" width="240"  height="199" class="displayed"/>
       <img src="images/OMG.jpg" width="240" height="199" class="displayed"/>
       <img src="images/OMG.jpg" width="240" height="199" class="displayed"/>

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ad this right above </style>
IMG.displayed {
    display: block;
    margin-left: auto;
    margin-right: auto }

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There is a Vertical method

Selvol
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by:DS928
ID: 40389611
Right underneath the logo.  In a horizontal line.
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Gary earned 2000 total points
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Place them in a div with an id or class e.g.

<div id="three_images" style="width: 740px;">
<img width="240" height="199" align="left" src="images/OMG.jpg">
<img width="240" height="199" align="middle" src="images/OMG.jpg">
<img width="240" height="199" align="right" src="images/OMG.jpg">
</div>

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Add this css change the ID to whatever you use

#three_images img:not(:last-child) {
    margin-right: 10px;
}

#three_images {
    width: 740px;
    margin:auto
}

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Remove your logo css class
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by:DS928
ID: 40389620
Perfect.  Thank you Gary.
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by:Gary
ID: 40389623
Change #three_images to width:780px

Width of the three images plus the margin on the first two images.
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