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Ok thanks for the previous help; I am on to make a new topic about the situation. I noticed now, nothing is aligned when zoomed out "or a center view when zoomed out"
Also, everything looks aligned when zoomed in and centered. I actually went to my works computer and opened up the page and noticed or was more out towards the sides this time. What part in css does that?
william chaple wrote:what if I have ... will that work if I zoomed out?
a) Please try it before asking
b) No, it's not valid syntax (you can't give two values to a single margin)
c) That's not what I said to do
is that fixed by auto margin as well?
It seems like you are looking for a magic bullet. It doesn't exist. You need to analyze the CSS for every part of the document and apply rules as required.
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I see what you are saying. I actually did that and it worked.
I did left and right margins auto; however, I am actually having problems with the header. I know the syntax is right. All margins move left, top work but right and bottom wont move at all. I tested it on a #box and it works and moves any direction I tell it to. I did both left and right auto, and it aligned perfect. However, the content inside wont move in the header for some reason. The links inside is where I am trying to left and right margin auto. the .header does not work neither right bottom. but left and right auto would work but not with the contents inside