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    First off, I went to school for web design and haven't made a page in a couple years. I have a table set up, center aligned. I know I need to read up on CSS and get used to that. The problem is, I have 8 pages, click the links from page to page and the table is there, center, looks great. One page though, the alignment of the table is off about a quarter inch. I have read and reread the code, and can't see where the problem is.

    I then, made a new page and copied the html from another working page. Did that and worked fine. Then once I split the cells, and added the text it did the same thing. Is there something I am missing here to keep it dead center? The table width is the exact same as the other pages, just is a lil to the left. Any suggestions would be great. Thanks!

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    This is something that we would need to see.
    Give us the URL to the web site.

    It might also be different with FireFox, Safari, and IE ... so we need to know that too.

    ... and

    where in MN are you at? (I'm in Cottage Grove).


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    I don't have the website up on the web, I can do that if you would like. It is the same in Safari and Firefox...I don't have IE on my mac, I am going to download it too here. I had all this stuff, then recently reformatted to erase all the crap I wasn't using. I am using CSS for the different text I am using, don't think that should affect it.

    I am down in Red Wing, not too far from ya!

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    WDF Staff mlseim's Avatar
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    yes ... we need to see it, as there are too many possibilities that cause things like that.


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    This sounds like a known issue and could have to do with IE displaying scrollbars by default and Firefox not.

    Quick/Dirty fix

    add this to your css file

    * html {overflow: scroll;}


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