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  • Mike Breiding
    Greetings, I am going blind trying to find what is causing all the images after photo007.html to loose their centering. Can anyone see what the problem is? As
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 5, 2004
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      Greetings,

      I am going blind trying to find what is causing all the images after
      photo007.html to loose their centering.
      Can anyone see what the problem is?

      As all pages should look:
      http://mbreiding.us/Jtown/photo007.html

      Images in all the pages after the above are not centered
      http://mbreiding.us/Jtown/photo008.html

      css:
      http://mbreiding.us/Jtown/photos.css

      Thanks,
      -Mike
    • loro
      ... So you like 800*600, do you? ;-) None of the images are centered. You ve used: body { text-align: center } In your html you have:
      Message 2 of 2 , Feb 5, 2004
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        Mike Breiding wrote:
        >I am going blind trying to find what is causing all the images after
        >photo007.html to loose their centering.
        >Can anyone see what the problem is?
        >
        >As all pages should look:
        >http://mbreiding.us/Jtown/photo007.html
        >
        >Images in all the pages after the above are not centered
        >http://mbreiding.us/Jtown/photo008.html
        >
        >css:
        >http://mbreiding.us/Jtown/photos.css

        So you like 800*600, do you? ;-)

        None of the images are centered. You've used:
        body { text-align: center }

        In your html you have:
        <a href="index.html"> HOME - Jamestown October 2003</a>   
        <a href="photo006.html">Back</a>  
        <a href="photo008.html">Next</a>
        <img border="0" src="photo007.jpg" alt= "Dave in a grape vine tangle">

        The whole block is centered. The first images are centered because they are in landscape format and big enough to force a line break @ your window size. The images in portrait format don't. So, you have to make the line break before the image.

        L.
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