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    Hi,
    I created a website with Frontpage and all is centered when loaded
    in IE. However in FireFox the PAYPAL pay button is on the left. It is driving me
    crazy I tried all options that I know of. Please help! I thankyou you all!

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    Show us the URL (or link) to the page so we can see it using both FF and IE.
    Hard to tell without seeing it in action.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mlseim
    Show us the URL (or link) to the page so we can see it using both FF and IE.
    Hard to tell without seeing it in action.

    Yes you are right www.aircatditioner.com

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    FrontPage really sucks.
    The only thing worse for creating websites would be MS Publisher or MS Word.

    But that's beside the point. You have what you have, so it can be fixed ...

    If you are able to manually edit this line:

    <form action="https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr" method="post" style="text-align:center;">

    Add the part in red.

    ==================

    Meanwhile, if you have some HTML/CSS experience, look for a pre-made
    CSS template ... many free templates to be found using Google.
    This will allow you manually edit using notepad and create a website that
    looks modern and nice, and complies with XHTML standards.

    If you continue on the "FrontPage" path, you'll be running into these types
    of things over and over again ... until you're like me, and have no hair left.

    Use Google to find free HTML/CSS tutorials and learn to code yourself,
    not with a web page editor. If you have to use an editor, use Dreamweaver.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mlseim
    FrontPage really sucks.
    The only thing worse for creating websites would be MS Publisher or MS Word.

    But that's beside the point. You have what you have, so it can be fixed ...

    If you are able to manually edit this line:

    <form action=&quot;https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr&quot; method=&quot;post&quot; style=&quot;text-align:center;&quot;>

    Add the part in red.

    ==================

    Meanwhile, if you have some HTML/CSS experience, look for a pre-made
    CSS template ... many free templates to be found using Google.
    This will allow you manually edit using notepad and create a website that
    looks modern and nice, and complies with XHTML standards.

    If you continue on the &quot;FrontPage&quot; path, you'll be running into these types
    of things over and over again ... until you're like me, and have no hair left.

    Use Google to find free HTML/CSS tutorials and learn to code yourself,
    not with a web page editor. If you have to use an editor, use Dreamweaver.
    Did it and it works!!. You are right. What do you recommend for buying a WYSIWYG program and any good books to get me started? THANKYOU

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    I recommend that you DON'T use a WYSIWYG program, but if you do, use Dreamweaver.

    You don't need any books.
    Use Google to search for XHTML/CSS tutorials and free templates.
    You can download templates and learn a lot about XHTML/CSS by
    messing around with them, for free.

    http://www.google.com/search?q=free+css+templates

    Use Notepad or Wordpad to edit the files.
    Upload files using a free FTP program like FileZilla.



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