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  1. .w3-table-center{margin-left:auto;margin-right:auto} .w3-table-70{width:70%} Hello. I'm trying to follow W3 standards (with a few additions above to the standard CSS) So far, I have this :- <div class="container w3-center"> <div class="container w3-panel w3-margin w3-center w3-table-half w3-table-center w3-yellow"> TEXT </div> </div> basically i want the 'panel' to be 60% or 70% the width of the screen - i CAN do this However it is still flushed to the left side of the screen - but taking 60/70% of my screen - depening on how i adjust the code.. I even tried o add an outer div with center command - but thats still flushed ' to the left.. i CAN do this with a TABLE. does anyone know how i do it with a div / panel / container ? make it centered, & not take over the whole width of the screen.
  2. https://www.w3schools.com/w3css/w3css_panels.asp Hello. I'm trying to make a panel - this works, however it takes up 100% of the available width. Is there a way to make the panel A ) auto-adjust to the content of the text, and/or B ) a specific width - eg 50% (of the available width of div - NOT 50% of the screen-size...)
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