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    Okay. I have several issues here and after hours of Googling and experimenting to fix it I've given up and with hope you guys can help me! So, my situation is...
    I have 3 same-line DIV's that I am trying to center, one left, one center and one right. I want the center DIV's width to auto-adjust for peoples computer screens (dependant on resolution). So I used percentages... Also I used margin-left and margin-right functions and set them to 2% either side of the left and right div, but for some reason the right div is deciding to have a larger gap. The center div is also messed up. Theres just too many errors, please just help!!!

    Here's my URL just look at whatever I need serious help.
    http://www.psnboards.co.uk/wiispeakapple/v2/index2.html
    Make SURE it is index2 you are viewing and not index.

    http://www.psnboards.co.uk/wiispeaka...style-wood.css
    That is the main css document.

    Any help is GREATLY appreciated because I'm clueless. I'm only practising my skills at the moment but advice on what I need to do and solutions are as I said really appreciated.

    Many thanks, Owen.

    P.S. It currently looks perfect in my computer screen, but not in anyone elses (I have lower resolution).

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    I have 3 same-line DIV's that I am trying to center, one left, one center and one right. I want the center DIV's width to auto-adjust for peoples computer screens (dependant on resolution). So I used percentages... Also I used margin-left and margin-right functions and set them to 2% either side of the left and right div, but for some reason the right div is deciding to have a larger gap. The center div is also messed up. Theres just too many errors, please just help!!!
    Take a look at http://bonrouge.com/3c-hf-fluid.php to see how to make a good 3 column fluid layout.
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    Thanks for your reply, I'm checking it out now. I had trouble matching the last example layout with my own code, but I'm giving it a go

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    ..and always make sure that there's no errors in the markup while developing your document.
    Last edited by abduraooft; 05-30-2010 at 05:26 PM.
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    Thankyou, I've pretty much done it now just a few bugs I need to fix but capable of doing.


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