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    Degrading Gracefully PalmerB's Avatar
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    Table not centering

    Can anyone see why the middle table of link categories is not centering...
    http://www.outposthosting.com/~autoelf/

    This is driving me nuts.

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    Don't see the problem, looks fine layout wise in Opera7/IE6. (Except that the left hand column is maing its way out of the left hand side of the screen in Opera...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by PalmerB
    Can anyone see why the middle table of link categories is not centering...
    http://www.outposthosting.com/~autoelf/

    This is driving me nuts.
    Have you disabled right clicking? If so how do you expect us to view the source to check for an error? I'm too lazy to bother getting round the no right clicking as I'm tired just now.

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    I'm in the same pool as Douglas, I see it fine. In Internet Explorer 6, Opera, and Mozilla Firebird.

    Try browsercam.com, you'll see how it looks.

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    I see what your saying. When I view it in 800x600 it displays fine, but at full screen it is in the center, but left justified withine that center. Perhaps you should nestle a table within a table to get it to fully center.
    MaFunk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr John
    Have you disabled right clicking? If so how do you expect us to view the source to check for an error? I'm too lazy to bother getting round the no right clicking as I'm tired just now.
    No Right click works fine for me. In addition you can choose "View>Source" from the menu.

    I now have it aligned to the right for some reason. It was on the left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PalmerB
    No Right click works fine for me. In addition you can choose "View>Source" from the menu.

    I now have it aligned to the right for some reason. It was on the left.
    I couldn't get view > source or right clicking to work, and still can't, but NOW the alignment works okay. For those who couldn't see the problem, on resizing the window, the content of the middle section moved off centre. (Or off center for some viewers). Except now it doesn't, it stays central. Wierd. I can understand your choice of the wall smiley! Any guesses as to what it will do tomorrow?

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    I ended up using spacer gifs as a last resort. Would nowrap work in this case? I've never used that but I've seen it in the code for this script. I'm curious as to what it does and if I should use it.


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