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How do I get a centrally Aligned website with spaces either side?

How do I get a centrally Aligned website with spaces either side?

How do I get a centrally Aligned website with spaces either side?

(OP)
Help please,

i have just created my first website but now its live, and in fact this is the same for when I had it in Image Ready P Shop, it sits to the left hand side with a space on the right. I originally set the dimensions of the PSD to 740 by 520 as suggested by a tutorial, yet my PC is running at 1024 * 780 is this the problem? How do I get the website to sit centrally aligned? Or at least fill the whole screen?

Thanks for your help

RE: How do I get a centrally Aligned website with spaces either side?

change your table measurements 100% x 100% for width and height. then click on the table to bring up the table properties and change the table setting to center for horizontal and middle for vertical    this should make ur website sit in the middle of the screen regardless of the screen res.
Regards

RE: How do I get a centrally Aligned website with spaces either side?

oops, by the way thats how u make it central to the screen within Dreamweaver (forgot i was imageready froum - hope it stil helps)

RE: How do I get a centrally Aligned website with spaces either side?

Yes, Georgyboy is right.  Go into the actual HTML for the page, and you should see the initial table tag for the whole thing.  Set it to "align=center" and that should keep your page in the middle of the screen.

RE: How do I get a centrally Aligned website with spaces either side?

Does anybody know how to center a page if it is exported using ImageReady's stlylesheets?

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