> Thanks for the responses. I apologize if I wasn't clear. I't not
> #featurecontainer that I'm trying to keep centered, it's the floated
> inside. If I remove any number of those floated divs, they will no
> longer be
> centered unless I adjust the width for .featureMerch. I'm trying to do
> without having to adjust that width.
I think you can achieve this with display:table
For IE, you'll have to use an expression to find out how many siblings are
in the container and do the math (width of parent / number of siblings - a
few pixels to account for rounding errors).
As a side note, I'd use a list ;)
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