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Centering a Site in Firefox

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Can anybody tell me if or how I can get a website to appear centered in the Firefox browser. The site is at...


It appears centered in IE7 and Opera but attaches to the left hand side of the screen in Firefox...

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Hello and Welcome to GeeksToGo

You need to add the CSS rule magin:0 auto; to the two tables. This works in IE, Opera and FireFox and just about anything else. What are you using to center it right now?

You might like to read http://www.hotdesign.com/seybold/ on an unrelated topic that I think might do you site some good.

Edited by Michael, 22 December 2006 - 06:49 PM.

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