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How to Center content / table under Safari (mac) and Konqueror (Linux) without using frames

Hello fellows,

i would like to center a 800px wide 600px high content area
without using frames. I have "come up" with the following
solution so far. It works under IE 6.0, Firefox 1 (under Windows
and Linux) but not under Konqueror (could not test Safari, but
they have the rendering engine in common (see www.kde.org)):


Transitional//EN" >
<title>noFram e</title>
<LINK href="../styles/style.css" type=text/css
rel=stylesheet >
<body >
<form id=Form1 method=post runat="server">
<table width="100%" height="100%" border="1">
<td width="*" height="*">&nbs p;</td>
<td width="800" height="*">&nbs p;</td>
<td width="*">&nbsp ;</td>
<td width="*">&nbsp ;</td>
<td width="800">
<table id="contentTabl e" width="800"
bgColor="#fffff f" border="1">
<tr id="navRow">
<td colspan="2"><uc 1:navigation
id=Navigation1 runat="server"> </uc1:navigation> </td>
<tr id="contentRow" >
<td valign="bottom"
height="380"><u c1:lcontent id=Lcontent1 runat="server">
<td valign="bottom" >
<uc1:rcontent id=Rcontent1 runat="server">
<tr id="footerRow" >
<td colspan="2" id="footerCell" >
<img width=1 src="../1px.gif"></td>
<td width="*">&nbsp ;</td>
<td width="*" height="*">&nbs p;</td>
<td height="*">&nbs p;</td>
<td width="*">&nbsp ;</td>

As mentioned the above already works under IE 6, Firfox 1.0. But
i really need it under Mac OS X Safari.
I am open for any solution that is less deprecated and works
under IE 5.0, 5.5 6.0 and Firefox and Safari.

Here is the css code:

body, div, table, td, select, input,textarea { color: #
221b5e; font-size: 10px; font-family: Arial, Helvetica,
sans-serif }
body {
background-color: #FFFFFF;
margin: 0 0;
padding: 0px;

/* body { background: white url(../hintergrund.jpg ) no-
repeat fixed } */
/* #contentTable td { vertical-align: top; } */
td {margin: 0; padding: 0}
#topRow { height: 10px;}
#navRow { height: 40px; vertical-align: top; margin: 0;
padding: 0}
#firstNav img { border: none;}

#lcontent{ width: 150px; vertical-align: bottom;}
#rcontent{ width: 450px; /* vertical-align: bottom; */}

{ height: 45px;
background-image: url(../img/footer.gif);
background-repeat: no-repeat;
vertical-align: text-top;

.nav1px{ border: none; height: 19px; width: 30px;}
.nav200px{ border: none; height: 19px; width: 205px;}
.nav2px{ border: none; height: 19px; width: 10px;}
.navImg{ border: none; height: 19px; width: 46px; }
.topBlank { border: none; height: 1px; width: 1px;}

Thanks i lot.

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Jul 21 '05 #1
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du******@hogwat ch.com wrote:
Hello fellows,
Hello. (There are some gals here, too...)
i would like to center a 800px wide 600px high content area without
using frames. I have "come up" with the following solution so far.
It works under IE 6.0, Firefox 1 (under Windows and Linux) but not
under Konqueror (could not test Safari, but they have the rendering
engine in common (see www.kde.org)):
Please post this page somewhere, and validate it first. I see numerous
errors in the code, including most obviously, the <pre> and </pre>
wrapped around the whole page.


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