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Posted by: Deborah J. Schultz
Posted on: Feb 6th, 2007, 12:36am
I have a very wid e screen. i have noticed that some websites come up in the middle of the screen with blocks of color on either side and some come up hugging the left hand side of the monitor. Is there a way to set up your site so that it is centered?
Posted by: Support Staff
Posted on: Feb 6th, 2007, 4:19am
Hi! This is a very bad way for creating web sites. A good web site will enlarge or shrink automatically depending on the video resolution (e.g. www.easywebeditor.comwww.1site.info ).
You find tricks about this in the chapter "Graphics and paging pages" of the PDF manual.
In case, however, you want to create a (horrible) fixed width website centered, it is simple.
Just create a table 1 row per 1 column. Then with the table properties (click on the table cell then use the Table menu, or use the right mouse button), define it "fixed" and set it say to 600 pixel (instead of percent, 100% that is the default).
Then click on the paragraph that contains the table (on the right or on the left or the table) and center this paragraph with the "center" toolbar button.
Then should you want a background for the table use the Table properties again (then the button with the cactus and the sun); for the page background (e.g. white color) use Format >Page properties.