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I have a problem which I have described in detail with illustration.

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I'm trying to make a website for my dad using dreamweaver 8.
I wanted it centred so after a lot of tinkering I managed to make a container to house the text, menu and logo...
I had a problem with centering things for a long time but think iv worked it out a little bit
anyway this picture tells all take a look and get back to me, I need to finish this sometime soon so i have turned to asking for help

aahhh...

thanks nick

hmm iv just relised you cant use html here, how boring!
if you would like to help copy paste this link into your add bar.

http://img152.imageshack.us/img152/6808/csshelpnetwritingas0.jpg

the image is about 80kb
Oct 16 '06 #1
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drhowarddrfine
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Yes you can paste html but a link is preferred. In this case, a picture is not worth a thousand words.
Oct 16 '06 #2

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Thanks, you helped a lot.
Oct 17 '06 #3

jaymanson
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Hi funkiejunkie,

I'd happily have a look for you, but it'll be so much easier if you could either paste a link to the page or paste your code (both HTML & CSS). That way, we can see exactly how you've coded it and tell you exactly how you can improve it.

Showing us a picture of your site is like showing a mechanic a picture of your car and asking him what's wrong with it - we really need to pop the hood! :-)

Jay
Oct 17 '06 #4

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