On 15/06/06, Flash Wilson [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 15, 2006 at 11:01:05AM +0100, Dave Goodchild wrote:
> > > To centre in the browser there are two main ways, either use the IE
> > > (text-align: center then text-align: left etc) but I prefer using
> > > positioning and negative margins - example:
> > Is this what you are trying to do?
> Everything in my design is laid out with absolute positioning,
> so its X pixels from top, Y pixels from left, etc.
> And having finished the design I now have to scoop it all up and
> make it centre in the browser as it is resized. Obviously at the
> moment it will not do that, it will always be exactly where I told
> it to be!
> So my question was, can I change the word "absolute" to "relative"
> in every case, and it still work? Then if I do that, I could put
> a wrapper / container around everything, and make that wrapper be
> centred? And everything would still be my precise X pixels from the
> edge of the wrapper?
> Is that how it works?
> Flash Wilson - Web Design & Mastery - 0870 401 4061 / 07939 579090
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