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Okay, I have a basic question regarding website layouts. I have a webpage that I originally created in photoshop, sliced up the image, exported to HTML, and then opened in dreamweaver to add functionality.

I created a rollover navigation menu in dreamweaver however the only way that I knew how to place it was with an ap div. This works perfectly as long as my site is left justified... you know where this one is going... I need to center it. :( Does anyone have any quick tricks to center the entire site?

I understand the concept of CSS however I am not a pro so I cannot build the entire site from CSS. Does anyone know of a work arounds to get around this? Any help you can provide would be GREATLY appreciated. Thanks in advance!

Just incase you want to view the code it is at: http://www.wendellrichardson.com/ . Thanks again!

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i usually use photoshop for my designs, you must rearrange your design in dreamweaver ( don't use export result ) about rollover navigation, you can create it in dreamweaver too.
Basically you just make the design in photoshop and arrange your layout in dreamweaver.

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ok.. thats just pretty easy ..

first wrap you're apDiv1 and your table in new apDIV.. let's just say..

#container{}

so your markup should look like this

<div id="container">
    <div id ="apDiv1"></div>
    <div>
             <table>
             </table>
    </div>
</div><!--endofcontainer-->

then add the styles

#container{text-align:center;<---this is for ie centering bug...
width:x <----set the width of your design... for example 800px;
margin:auto; <--this is centering for your apDIV
}

finally just add this to your css..

body{margin:0;
padding;0;
}

this should center you layout..

is this your first time?? your layout can be in all divs.. why use tables inside a div??

anyways, your site not mine.. just helpin out through your problem... ^__^

hope this solve your problem...

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