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  1. use percentiges instead of absolute pixel values. =)#container {position:absolute;width:80%;left:50%;margin-left:-40%;}that works great too.
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    image centering

    he said ta.that means he is either from Australia or UK. I love it. I wanna go back to the AU.good on ya
  3. have webspace with php and mysql? good, then do this:google "simple machines forum"download free packageupload package to your sitehyperlink to the index.php in the forum's dirfollow easy to understand instructionsand kablamo! shiney new forums ready for the spamming and flaming. =)
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    <div>

    divs are easy to understand using an analogy.think about your page as the space under your bed.think about divs as empty shoe boxes.think about your images, lists, paragraphs, and any other html or javascript.think about your css as... well, you.you put your stuff(html things) into your shoeboxes(divs) and then you(css) arrange them the way you want it under your bed(your page).=) hope that helpsgoogle "liquid websites using divs and css" or "no tables" for really indepth explainations.
  5. use the negative margin theory:set the left of an element at 50%set that elements left margin at its negative halfexample:#container {position:absolute;width:500px;left:50%;margin-left:-250px;}that centers the mess out of anything. =) enjoy
  6. IE doesn't render the W3C box modal correctly, but FF does. The problems you are having is not your code... its just that FF is rendering the HTML and CSS the way it was intended and IE is Bill Gatesing you.Just google IE box modal fixes, there are a ton of tutorials related to it... espessially when talking about liquid, tableless, div based sites using css.as far as your centering problem, use the negative margin theory:set the left of an element at 50%set that elements left margin at its negative halfexample:#container {position:absolute;width:500px;left:50%;margin-left:-250px;}that center
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