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  1. I am trying to adapt my CSS to be correct, so doing a little revision - but I have a problem where I can't get the vertical-align to work. For reference to what I'm failing to do and what I'm aiming to do: New page - http://zagadka.net/test.blah.php Old page - http://zagadka.net/test2.blah.php I've got it well within acceptable deviation (and more responsible use of CSS) - except for the text align of the title on the upper right. On the old page it was absolute, and so was the line, so the "mmxiv з а г а д к а" bit lined up perfectly. I got the mmxiv lined up with vertical-a
  2. What is the best way to acheive a responsive vertical centered position of an element within an element (e.g. a div within a div)? I know this would probably be a lot easier to accomplish using JavaScript, but I want to know of the best ways to do it with CSS first.Any help would be appreciated.
  3. how to align text in the middle????????? same as the image shown...........thanks
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