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My footer won't center!


Carl Drago

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www.transcellstore.com

 

After clicking on a category from the menu item and then clicking on any product - you are taken to the product description page.

 

This is where my footer seems to want to be left justified.

 

The code seems to match the index page, which is working just fine.

 

Not sure if I need to post code (or can) - first time here.

 

Any help is appreciated!

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www.transcellstore.com

 

After clicking on a category from the menu item and then clicking on any product - you are taken to the product description page.

 

This is where my footer seems to want to be left justified.

 

The code seems to match the index page, which is working just fine.

 

Not sure if I need to post code (or can) - first time here.

 

Any help is appreciated!

 

I only have the 'view source' from your site to go off of. Anyway I copied and pasted that code into Dreamweaver so I could have a better visual view. On your front page, the footer is inside the main table for the page. On your products page, the footer is outside the main table, so its not centered like the rest of the page. Which means that on your products page, you have closed the main page table before the footer, where on the front page you have closed it after which is of course what you want to happen. So look for a stray </table> tag that perhaps shouldn't be there. Hope that helps.

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Tina

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Teach a person to fish rather than give them a loaf of bread or however that saying goes.

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I only have the 'view source' from your site to go off of. Anyway I copied and pasted that code into Dreamweaver so I could have a better visual view. On your front page, the footer is inside the main table for the page. On your products page, the footer is outside the main table, so its not centered like the rest of the page. Which means that on your products page, you have closed the main page table before the footer, where on the front page you have closed it after which is of course what you want to happen. So look for a stray </table> tag that perhaps shouldn't be there. Hope that helps.

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Be well,

Tina

 

 

I guess I'm not seeing it - what do I need to post in order to have someone point out the mistake?

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