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    The text on the center of the page isn't aligning properly

    Hi,
    Please check out the pic. The text on the center of the page isn't aligning properly. It's set to center in its content box. live link :notewaredigital.com . if you can come up with solution....... plz check out the red line on imageHome Noteware Digital Solutions.jpg

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    The images you posted are so small I can't see what you are talking about - can you be more specific? This is a Wordpress site built on the Flexform theme - which text is it that is not lining up?

    Basically the theme should set the positioning for you. However, it seems you have made a child theme. Although this is the correct way to make modifications to a WP theme, there may be something in the child theme that is conflicting with or changing the alignment.

    I see you're having some issues with your shortcodes throughout the site, but most visibly on your "Clients" page.
    Last edited by AlphaMare; Nov 05th, 2013 at 12:34 AM.
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    If using a div; position it either relative or absolute and combine that with a left:50% and margin-(half your div)px

    If you simply want to align text, just use text-align: center;

    Make sure in CSS not html document.


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