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  1. #11
    Carl Kruck
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    Default Re: Page not centring - Centre in Browser IS ticked

    That gap only appeared when I applied <div align="center"></div> as per
    Mike's post
    When I applied that to the master page, it DID affect all the other pages
    with the same MB

    Carl

    "Max" <max@domain.invalid> wrote in message
    news:hmo1pm$mi1$1@DailyPlanet.news.netobjects.com. ..
    > Andrew's right - the page does have the correct code to centre it:
    >
    > <STYLE type="text/css" title="NOF_STYLE_SHEET"> body { margin:0px;
    > text-align: center } .nof-centerContent { margin:0px auto; text-align:
    > left; width:974px } </STYLE>
    >
    > It does seem to be the gap between 'see and hear...' and the coloured
    > menus causing the problem. If this is in a common master border shared
    > with other pages you must be very unlucky in having this only affect 1
    > page. NOF does sometimes generate these kinds of layout problems in XHTML,
    > though I've not see one quite like that before. The kinds of things I'd
    > try are:
    >
    > If both 'see and hear...' and the coloured menus are in a layout region,
    > take them out of it
    > Try putting a 1px high layout region across the full with of the page just
    > above the problem area
    > Try putting a 1px high layout region between 'see and hear...' and the
    > coloured menus
    >
    > Max
    >
    > ----
    > Technology Ideas Pty Ltd wrote:
    >> Carl
    >>
    >> I am looking at the page and it's actually centred. Not sure if you've
    >> done something else, however, the site is very wide and it looks like you
    >> have a large space at the base between SEE AND HEAR FROM HUMERIDGE and
    >> the menus on the right of that that is missing on other pages.



  2. #12
    Carl Kruck
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    Default Re: Page not centring - Centre in Browser IS ticked

    Thanks Twayne

    I'll go through the CSS again and see if I aligned anything else I didn't
    need to, might be the problem

    Carl

    "Twayne" <nobody@spamcop.net> wrote in message
    news:hmop6m$ue$1@DailyPlanet.news.netobjects.com.. .
    > In news:hmngaf$eum$1@DailyPlanet.news.netobjects.com,
    > Carl Kruck <designer@metaweboz.com> typed:
    >> I've got a page that I've ticked the Center in Browser
    >> option for its layout and not matter when I do, it STILL
    >> aligns to the left. Not sure what's causing it. I'm using
    >> Semantic XHTML for the publishing.
    >> The url is
    >> http://www.humeridgechurch.org/html/meetcontactus.html If anyone can see
    >> the problem in the source code, please
    >> let me know!
    >> Thanks heaps
    >> Carl

    >
    > Carl,
    >
    > Actually, it looks pretty good from here with FireFox and IE8, but upon
    > closer inspection the page is wider than my screen, so if I decrease the
    > screen size to 50% it does still look centered. Too small to read, but
    > still centered.
    > Funny thing though: you named it a "contactus" page in the URL but I
    > don't see what makes it a "contactus" page. Looks more like an entrance
    > page there is so little about "contactinb" on it?
    >
    > So it looks to me like it's centering, at least in those two browsers.
    > I'm talking about the "page" itself here.
    > The "meat", the column of data however, does "seem" offset to the right
    > some, because it's been forced over toward the right by the left column at
    > the top of the page. But I don' t know that it looks bad.
    >
    >
    > I don't use semantic XHTML but:
    > NOF 11 seems OK, but I seem to recall past versions or maybe pre the
    > update for 11, where if you did the centering of some objects yourself,
    > you lost the "center"ing ability. Push them to the left and suddenly they
    > centered when you had the page centering clicked. Somehow it broke the
    > layout for that section of the page.
    >
    > It's also easy to get mixed up confusing centering objects and centering
    > the page on the screen. Any chance you have CSS somewhere over-riding it?
    >
    >
    > HTH,
    >
    > Twayne`
    >
    > --
    > Life is the only real counselor; wisdom unfiltered
    > through personal experience does not become a
    > part of the moral tissue.



  3. #13
    Graham
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    Default Re: Page not centring - Centre in Browser IS ticked

    Where's Charles?

    I use Ezround (http://www.ezround.com)which handles all my centering
    needs, and can create a nice border too.

    Graham

    On 4/03/2010 1:19 PM, Carl Kruck wrote:
    > I've got a page that I've ticked the Center in Browser option for its
    > layout and not matter when I do, it STILL aligns to the left. Not sure
    > what's causing it. I'm using Semantic XHTML for the publishing.
    >
    > The url is http://www.humeridgechurch.org/html/meetcontactus.html
    > If anyone can see the problem in the source code, please let me know!
    >
    > Thanks heaps
    > Carl



  4. #14
    Charles Edmonds
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    Default Re: Page not centring - Centre in Browser IS ticked

    On Sat, 06 Mar 2010 11:14:19 +0800, Graham wrote:

    > Where's Charles?


    See what happens when I take a day off<g>

    > I use Ezround (http://www.ezround.com)which handles all my centering
    > needs, and can create a nice border too.



    Thanks for the plug for EZRound Graham!

    Folks can see examples (and the tutorial) for creating the centered effect
    at http://www.ezround.com/centered

    EZRound is a simple way to create a centered page effect that works in all
    browsers (and it is a nice way to breath new life into the standard NOF
    site styles).

    Of course EZRound can also be used to add rounded rectangles to tables and
    forms (as well as other shapes, drop shadows, etc.).

    There is a demo version available at http://www.ezround.com and EZRound
    comes with a money-back guarantee, so it is a risk free purchase.

    :-)

    Charles




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