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Thread: DIV alignment?

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    Junior Member lemusa's Avatar
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    hey guys im new here

    quick question, on my site http://www.ahoythere.co.nz i have a gallery, clicking gallery loads it in the frame below as youl see. just wondering if theres a way that i can align the div with the images in it with the nav and banner at the top pushing the gallery nav out to the left

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    Your papeg 404's for me, but to clarify you want the content of a div based in the iframe with the nav/banner which resides on the "master" page?

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    k ive attached an image, border for the main div is turned on so you can see the bit with the images is off center, i want to push it across so that the left side of it valigns with the left side of the banner and site nav at the top
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    How can you push it left though? What about the content that is already there (2009, 2008, 2007etc)?

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    well thats what i want to know, is there a way to push it all left a bit without just aligning it all left?


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