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  1. #1
    GB
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    Default Center in browser

    Hi,

    My website looks different in Explorer than in FireFox... In Explorer my
    website is centered but in FireFox it sticks on the left side! What can
    I do to have it centered in both browsers?!
    www.gbor.nl

    Thanks for the help!

    Guillaume

  2. #2
    Anton Strauss
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    Default Re: Center in browser

    you are using nof 7.5, it uses an outdated centre in browser, so untick
    centre in browser on all pages

    then select the masterborder

    then click the html button at the bottom of the masterborder property
    palette

    select beginning of body and type <center>
    select end of body and type </center>

    or

    select beginning of body and type <div align="center">
    select end of body and type </div>

    any of the above will work

    --


    Anton Strauss
    www.videoproductions.com.au



    "GB" <gb@gbgroen.nl> wrote in message
    news:f6sqtv$c1m1@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > Hi,
    >
    > My website looks different in Explorer than in FireFox... In Explorer my
    > website is centered but in FireFox it sticks on the left side! What can
    > I do to have it centered in both browsers?!
    > www.gbor.nl
    >
    > Thanks for the help!
    >
    > Guillaume




  3. #3
    GB
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    Default Re: Center in browser

    Anton Strauss schreef:
    > you are using nof 7.5, it uses an outdated centre in browser, so untick
    > centre in browser on all pages
    >
    > then select the masterborder
    >
    > then click the html button at the bottom of the masterborder property
    > palette
    >
    > select beginning of body and type <center>
    > select end of body and type </center>
    >
    > or
    >
    > select beginning of body and type <div align="center">
    > select end of body and type </div>
    >
    > any of the above will work
    >

    Hi Anton!

    I'm using nof 9.0, not 7.5...!
    Thank you for the tip, I'mgoing to try!

    Gui

  4. #4
    Anton Strauss
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    Default Re: Center in browser

    also, be sure you have update4 installed

    --


    Anton Strauss
    www.videoproductions.com.au



    "GB" <gb@gbgroen.nl> wrote in message
    news:f77bmj$i0d11@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com. ..
    > Anton Strauss schreef:
    > > you are using nof 7.5, it uses an outdated centre in browser, so untick
    > > centre in browser on all pages
    > >
    > > then select the masterborder
    > >
    > > then click the html button at the bottom of the masterborder property
    > > palette
    > >
    > > select beginning of body and type <center>
    > > select end of body and type </center>
    > >
    > > or
    > >
    > > select beginning of body and type <div align="center">
    > > select end of body and type </div>
    > >
    > > any of the above will work
    > >

    > It's working! THX!!!




  5. #5
    Anton Strauss
    Guest

    Default Re: Center in browser

    I thought you are using Nof7.5 because when I viewed your source it said 7.5
    was the generator

    you may want to change the tag in site view to reflect Nof9

    --


    Anton Strauss
    www.videoproductions.com.au



    "GB" <gb@gbgroen.nl> wrote in message
    news:f77bmj$i0d11@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com. ..
    > Anton Strauss schreef:
    > > you are using nof 7.5, it uses an outdated centre in browser, so untick
    > > centre in browser on all pages
    > >
    > > then select the masterborder
    > >
    > > then click the html button at the bottom of the masterborder property
    > > palette
    > >
    > > select beginning of body and type <center>
    > > select end of body and type </center>
    > >
    > > or
    > >
    > > select beginning of body and type <div align="center">
    > > select end of body and type </div>
    > >
    > > any of the above will work
    > >

    > It's working! THX!!!




  6. #6
    GB
    Guest

    Default Re: Center in browser

    Anton Strauss schreef:
    > you are using nof 7.5, it uses an outdated centre in browser, so untick
    > centre in browser on all pages
    >
    > then select the masterborder
    >
    > then click the html button at the bottom of the masterborder property
    > palette
    >
    > select beginning of body and type <center>
    > select end of body and type </center>
    >
    > or
    >
    > select beginning of body and type <div align="center">
    > select end of body and type </div>
    >
    > any of the above will work
    >

    It's working! THX!!!

  7. #7
    GB
    Guest

    Default Re: Center in browser

    Anton Strauss schreef:
    > also, be sure you have update4 installed
    >

    Thx Anton, I'm going to take a look at it...

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    I'm using NOF Essentials. I've tried the div as well as the <center> as suggested above.
    My site (teqwest.com) does not center in either Firefox 3.6 or IE8. None of my pages are checked "center in browser"
    What is the problem?
    I do not have update4 installed. Where do I get it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by biermann View Post
    I'm using NOF Essentials. I've tried the div as well as the <center> as suggested above.
    My site (teqwest.com) does not center in either Firefox 3.6 or IE8. None of my pages are checked "center in browser"
    What is the problem?
    I do not have update4 installed. Where do I get it?
    You are using frames.

    Frames are separate documents

    you have 3 documents displayed to show your single page (top, left, and body).

    I would advise you to remove the frame-sets and create the site WITHOUT using frames. It will center then

    Frames can be removed from the masterborder properties palette. (see attached screenshot) After you have removed the top and left frames clean up your files using info on this tutorial

    http://www.gotfusion.com/tutorials/tut.cfm?itemID=4029

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    I remove the frames, but the scrolling on the catalog an info request pages now scrolls the the entire page rather than just the layout form.
    Is that the way this is designed to work? I can't have my cake and eat it too?

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