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  1. #1
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    I'm trying to CSS position this website to have less code, and look more professional codewise. So people say.

    Anyways, www.frostbytedesigns.com

    Is it possible to make this in CSS?

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    Dont see why not

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    Yeah.

    It is common to have a outer div (class name is normally container).

    That first div will keep your design centered. The rest would be nested divs inside of that one (such as one div for your flash banner, one for affiliates, and so on).

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    Problome is, the DIV's in the container are aligned in the center, even if i do aligb="left" in the <div> tag.



    Ideas?


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