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    Default How do you center an entire NetObjects website in a brower?

    This seems like it would be simple to do however I cannot seem to figure it out so I thought I would ask the pros. I would like my entire site to center in a browser perhaps with a colored background. It seems if I click the center page everything centers but the background does not line up with the site.

    I would like it to look like this..
    http://www.sandersmortuary.com/

    If anyone would be interested in posting a tutorial for us novice NetObjects Fusion 11 users that would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks for all the help!

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    ole6string,
    Here is one of Mike's infamous and wonderful tuts. http://www.gotfusion.com/tutorials/tut.cfm?itemID=4044
    Just do a search for "center in browser" and you will get pages of great help and advice. There are several variables that will effect this action, such as frames and your particular layout.

    David

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    Thanks for the great site I am sure that will be very helpful. The link does not describe exactly what I am trying to achieve I guess. It seems like if I could put a master boder inside a layout that would serve the purpose but I don't think you can do that right???

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    Quote Originally Posted by ole6string View Post
    Thanks for the great site I am sure that will be very helpful. The link does not describe exactly what I am trying to achieve I guess. It seems like if I could put a master boder inside a layout that would serve the purpose but I don't think you can do that right???
    Just use the search feature to find what you are after

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    Default Re: How do you center an entire NetObjects website in a brower?

    In newsle6string.4mbsvz@no-mx.forums.netobjects.com,
    ole6string <ole6string.4mbsvz@no-mx.forums.netobjects.com> typed:
    > Thanks for the great site I am sure that will be very
    > helpful. The link does not describe exactly what I am
    > trying to achieve I guess. It seems like if I could put a
    > master boder inside a layout that would serve the purpose
    > but I don't think you can do that right???


    Have you set the website sitewide to be centered in bwosers by going to the
    Layout Properties page and checking the "Center in Browser" checkbox? You'll
    find other niceties there if you want then, like setting the background
    wite-wide, things like that, in the other icons at the top of the Layout
    Properties window.
    Then within the site's pages, you do your left, center, whatever as
    usual.



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    Default Re: How do you center an entire NetObjects website in a brower?

    On Tue, 21 Dec 2010 13:35:04 +0000, ole6string wrote:

    > This seems like it would be simple to do however I cannot seem to figure
    > it out so I thought I would ask the pros. I would like my entire site to
    > center in a browser perhaps with a colored background. It seems if I
    > click the center page everything centers but the background does not
    > line up with the site.
    >
    > I would like it to look like this..
    > http://www.sandersmortuary.com/
    >
    > If anyone would be interested in posting a tutorial for us novice
    > NetObjects Fusion 11 users that would be greatly appreciated.


    You can do this easily with our EZRound product.

    http://www.ezround.com

    It makes it easy to center the entire website (and it works in all
    browsers) and it allows you to have a graphical border around the entire
    site with such effects as rounded corners, drop shadows, etc.

    EZRound is also a great way to breath new life into the standard NOF site
    styles and make your websites more modern looking.

    We have a free tutorial for creating the centered website for NOF users at:

    http://www.ezround.com/centered

    There is also a free universal import tutorial that shows how to use
    EZRound in NOF to have a rounded border around specific content on your
    pages at:

    http://www.ezround.com/html/universal.html

    Feel free to download the free trial edition of the program and try it out
    for yourself!


    Good luck on your projects!

    Charles

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    Great stuff guys. Thanks for all the helpful input.

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