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    Centering Content with Vertical Navbar

    Thanks! That did the trick! Unfortunately, it also caused all of the elements wrapped inside to shrink. I think I'll have to study up more on CSS and responsive design.
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    Centering Content with Vertical Navbar

    Thanks for the reply! As soon as I read that, it seemed like a logical solution to me. However, after nesting a div below the main one -- the content didn't center -- and but the images inside the cards shifted slightly. Maybe I'm doing something wrong. HTML <div class="w3-row-padding game_card"> <div class="center_content"> *** CONTENT *** </div> </div> CSS .game_card { margin-left: 200px; margin-top: 30px; } .center_content { margin: 0 auto; }
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    Centering Content with Vertical Navbar

    Hello all! This is my first post in this community. Stack Overflow didn't seem so helpful -- and a lot of people there have snarky attitudes. After using W3 so much for help -- I wondered if they had forums. Here I am. Problem 1. I am using a navbar on the left side of the screen to give this website a "platform" feel to it. 2. I've set a margin so my content doesn't get hidden under the bar. margin-left: 200px 3. The page displays fine on smaller screens and lower resolutions. The left navbar will automatically hide and I've made a media query to remove the margin-left: 200px for the main content 4. I'm using the w3.css "framework" On larger screens, however, the page's content is pushed left. I wanted it centered. If I used margin: 0 auto; then the content would be pushed back under the navigation -- which isn't what I want. I wasn't able to attach an image of my problem normally -- so I've included a link here: Page Image Thanks for your time!!