Sorry about the lack of details, I'll try to do better. I'm looking at
aligning the div in relation to the viewport.
http://template006.pixelsoftfilms.com/ is what I'm working on, I'd like the
actual content to be in the middle of the viewport, rather than bumping up
on the top.
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From: "Zoe M. Gillenwater" [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
Sent: Friday, March 10, 2006 10:54 AM
Subject: Re: [css-d] Vertically align a div when height is dynamic
> Aaron Seelye wrote:
>> I'm trying to vertically align a div when the height is unknown (as the
>> subject alluded to), and all the examples I've found deal with a static
>> height div. Even pointing me at a site that does this and I can
>> what was done is fine, but I'm just at a loss currently, and would
>> appreciate any insight anyone could lend.
> Vertically align the div in relation to what? Another div? The
> viewport? Align the tops vertically or the centers vertically? Etc.
> Without more information, and preferably a page to look at (perhaps with
> a mockup of your desired outcome) we can only guess at the answers you
> Zoe M. Gillenwater
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