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    I have two issues regarding my site that I am a little lost on. When designing this site I learned the additional designing knowledge just enough to pretty much design it the way I wanted.

    But now I want to change it.

    Well, I changed it to what it is now and a problem occured in the process and now I've decided to edit it even further.

    The first problem is likely an easy fix, I just can't seem to figure it out after toying with the code for a little while now.

    I simply want to center my site, so that in resolutions of 1024x768 and higher there isn't as much wasted space apparent. How do I do this? (Please be as specific as you care to be.)
    :: http://www.askewreview.com (and all of it's subpages for this)

    And also -- there's a problem with my archiving of the content. It unaligns my tables and just messes up the template. I don't understand it. For those of you with trained eyes for these types of things, what seems to be the problem?
    :: http://www.askewreview.com/reviews/n...29-6-2003.html (and all of the other content archives like this experience this problem)

    Thank you for your support. Any additional comments or critiques are appreciated.

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    its a great looking site!

    to align it in the center all you have to do is set your master tables alignment to center. <table align="center">

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    I'm not sure if I follow you.
    I am currently using layers... perhaps I shot myself in the foot by using such. They are pretty much absolute in the way they are positioned on the site. I should have just simply used a typical old table.

    I don't think I can just simply set an alignment to center, I think it's going to be a little more involved than that.

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    using layers limits your market.. Not all browsers support layers.
    You could do the exact same thing just by using nested tables...
    But still, modifying the 'position:' attribute in CSS should be all you will need to do to align your content.



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