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    Ok, first time here. Using dyna buttons. No problem setting them up. When published, local or ftp, the home page moves to the right when the home button is clicked.

    It is hard to explain. Please check the site. I deeply appreciate any help you can offer.

    www.pawnamics.com

    thanks,
    Vsoballe

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    I suspect on your 'Home' page in NOF, you have "Center in browser" checked in the Layout Properties panel.
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    In news:vsoballe.4k8i1z@no-mx.forums.netobjects.com,
    vsoballe <vsoballe.4k8i1z@no-mx.forums.netobjects.com> typed:
    > Ok, first time here. Using dyna buttons. No problem
    > setting them up. When published, local or ftp, the home
    > page moves to the right when the home button is clicked.
    >
    > It is hard to explain. Please check the site. I deeply
    > appreciate any help you can offer.


    Home Page centers onscreen, menu pages appear left aligned instead of
    centered. I' pretty sure that's all that's going on.

    >
    > www.pawnamics.com
    >
    > thanks,
    > Vsoballe


    Doesn't jump here:looks good on XP SP3+, NOF 11, IE8 and FF 3.6(latest,
    whatever it is?) and IE6 on another machine, a Dell dual XEOS Pro Server
    version.

    It would appear you have "Center in Layout" used on some pages and not
    others. I only looked at About and then went back to Home: One was
    cenetered, one wasn't. Check out your propterties for each page is probably
    your best bet right now.
    Sometimes, depending on what you want, you might have to use a <div to
    center part of the page and not another part of the page.



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