Trying to center a div containing a form in bootstrap

I have the following Bootstrap theme page:
http://www.dressorganic.co.uk/bootstrap/

If you click on "Place your order" the page will scroll down to that section.

I would like to centre the form div with the red border so it is in the middle of that section. I tried margin auto for left and right but nothing seems to budge the div.
mike99cAsked:
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Tom BeckCommented:
You could add col-sm-push-4 or col-sm-offset-4 to the form's parent div.
<div style="border: 1px solid #E02F4A;" class="col-sm-4 col-sm-push-4 text-left">

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"offset" uses margin to move the element, "push" uses left positioning.
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mike99cAuthor Commented:
Thanks Tom, that did the trick, I have applied it here:
http://www.dressorganic.co.uk/bootstrap/index-fix1.asp

Before I award you all the points, I have since found another solution here:
http://www.dressorganic.co.uk/bootstrap/index-fix2.asp

I basically created a row then added empty columns either side of the form column. It's not as elegent as your solution but wanted to know your thoughts.
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Tom BeckCommented:
If you were to have a grid of rectangles each with the col-sm-4 class to get three wide by whatever tall, then the second method would be the only way to go. But with the form sitting in the middle all by itself, adding col-ms-offset-push-4 means less markup for the same result. But in the grand scheme, not a significant difference. Your choice.
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