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http://paste.stirk.org/43918

I need to get my forums into center. this is gone to the right hand side, as you can a big space on the left of the forums

How do i get it into the center, and about the size 900 in width?

My forums: http://z13.invisionf...t_Neo/index.php?
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Are you able to edit the code directly? I ask as the HTML is generated by PHP.

UPDATE: Just checked page in Firefox and page is centered so guess you solved problem.

Edited by Major Payne, 26 November 2008 - 02:32 PM.

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The forums is to the side.. it hasn't been solved. I need to adjust it to the center. but i dont know what bit to edit.
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Sorry. Looks centered in Firefox and IE. Which browser are you using? None of the script code at http://paste.stirk.org/43918 seems to have anything to do with what you want to edit.

Edited by Major Payne, 26 November 2008 - 03:02 PM.

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Firefox, and IE7
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Then it should look centered in both as that is what I am using here plus Opera, IE 8 and Maxthon. Try adding a proper DocType to take browsers out of Quirks Mode.

You are using the Visual Editor (or maybe the HTML one???) that is provided by the Admin Panel?

Edited by Major Payne, 26 November 2008 - 03:08 PM.

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Its not centerd for about 3-4 of my friends aswell..
It needs to be edited in that CCS script.
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You're not answering my questions.
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I dont understand your question.
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Post #6 asked about the editor you are using. I can give you help unless I know how you are coding your page. Also, you didn't bother putting in a proper DocType required by all web pages.

One CSS Error
HTML Errors (288 Errors, 99 warnings)

If you are not able to correct these by editing the PHP files and CSS directly, any code I give isn't going to do any good. I'm sure there is a way to edit your pages with the editor InvisionFree provides.
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it's centered for me in Ie7...i'd post a screenshot but for some reason it won't let me take a screenshot to begin with...

the only time it's NOT centered is when i set my resolution too low (HINT!)
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I can edit it by invisionfree Admin control panel, i got the skin off IPB forums.

Edited by samuel3, 26 November 2008 - 04:10 PM.

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Same here with screen shot. Ignore scroll artifacts in image and just apy attention to the fact it is centered.

I figured you could edit it in the Admin control panel, but CAN YOU EDIT THE CODE DIRECTLY and save it? I don't use Admin control panel editor so I have to ask.
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Yes i proberly could..
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Centered for me in Google Chrome... screenshot here.
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