> Lee Sommerville wrote:
>> Could anyone please take the time to look at
>> www.liquid3.com/liquid3 please.
>> I want the main body of the site to be totally central
>> no matter what size the vierwers window is - at the
>> moment its stays central but far too near the top - i
>> want it completely central on all sides at all times?
> Possible, but difficult-- and not user friendly. To stay centered
> vertically at 800 the height needs to be around 380px or less. Centering
> vertically, at any screen resolution, is dependent on user top and
> bottom window chrome. The height of the window varies wildly on my
> browsers. Compensating for probable font zoom is really tough(zoom the
> fonts on your current layout). Mostly one is better off taking advantage
> of the vertical fluidity of the Web, and the vertical canvas, by /not/
> restricting height.
> That being said, this is one method for centering vertically and
> horizontally: <http://dlaakso.com/center-stuff.html>.
Note that if the window is shortened enough the top of the centered box
gets cut off and cannot be scrolled to. I agree with David and Roger --
don't bother with vertical centering.
Zoe M. Gillenwater
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UNC Highway Safety Research Center
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