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Hi guys I have been able to figure out how to align the header and footer to the center of the page @80% but the left and right columns are still at the far ends of the page, is there anyone out there who can help me get this straightened out please any help will be appreciated :'(

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Hi guys I have been able to figure out how to align the header and footer to the center of the page @80% but the left and right columns are still at the far ends of the page, is there anyone out there who can help me get this straightened out please any help will be appreciated  :'(

 

 

Have you read the knowledge base ?

 

http://www.oscommerce.info/kb/osCommerce/C...n_and_Layout/53

 

Charles

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Have you tried Center Shop contribution?

 

 

Guys please let me know if there is a way that I can center the contents of my page so tha I can have space on both sides of my page. I have gotten the header and footers taken care of but the ones that I ma having toruble with are the left and right columns I am really about to pull out my head

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You need to read the questions, they are giving you information that will help you figure out the solution to your problem. Have you read the knowledge base documentation regarding this? If not do, Have you looked at the center shops contribution, it will probably help you do what you want to do. You won't always get exact step by step answers, so you need to follow the general direction people point you in. Sometimes no one has the exact answer, but just a strategy for problem solving that might help you help yourself.

 

Good Luck,

Jeremy

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You need to read the questions, they are giving you information that will help you figure out the solution to your problem.  Have you read the knowledge base documentation regarding this?  If not do, Have you looked at the center shops contribution, it will probably help you do what you want to do.  You won't always get exact step by step answers, so you need to follow the general direction people point you in.  Sometimes no one has the exact answer, but just a strategy for problem solving that might help you help yourself.

 

Good Luck,

Jeremy

 

Thanks man I went back and looked at the whole picture and figured it out on all the files

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