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RE: Center DIV

From: Chris Moschini <Chris.Moschini@amdocs.com>
Date: Thu, 3 Jul 2003 10:24:46 -0500
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To: "'leslie.brown@evidian.com'" <leslie.brown@evidian.com>, www-style@w3.org
> From: leslie.brown@evidian.com [mailto:leslie.brown@evidian.com]
> ... a 1 pixel line containing a larger box set to overflow up
> and down by a fixed number of pixels? Didn't someone once say that CSS
> brought an elegant solution that replaced kludgy HTML tables?

Yes this certainly is worth addressing. Why isn't there a simple way of doing this in CSS? Neither approach to center is straightforward (the margin: auto; approach for horizontal center is far from intuitive).

Why must centering relative to the viewport be so obscure?

-Chris "SoopahMan" Moschini

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