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  1. Thanks for your advice, I'll have a go
  2. I'll be posting a couple of pages in the next day or so. Hopefully you'll be able to shed some light on how thick I'm being. Cheers
  3. Sorry just working on it on my local disk at the moment, so haven't uploaded it to a server yet.
  4. Hello all I'm trying to centre a horizontal spry menu within a div, I've been looking everywhere to find a solution. I have 6 buttons to fit within a div of 960px, and the only thing I can see is that the spry buttons have to be set at a specified width eg 160px. The problem is the titles vary in length so the width has to be set to auto with padding, so some buttons will be more than 160px and some will be less. but it seems whatever I do my spry menu stays stubbornly to the left. I can play around with the padding but I think this would cause problems later on when people are looking at the site in different browsers, and operating systems. I use a mac and while it looks OK on my browsers it may not behave as I would hope for viewers using Windows, ie the fonts may resize and force the last button onto a new line or something. Any help would be appreciated
  5. Ben Thanks for the speedy reply, I'll have a go with this advice
  6. Hello All Being fairly new to Dreamweaver and the use of CSS external Style Sheets I need some advice on the use of multiple style sheets for different page layouts in the same website. I intend to have an intro page and main content pages, and will use div tags to centre pages and contain backgrouds etc., so body and wrapper divs would differ from the intro to main content pages. So is it OK to use 2 style sheets which would be placed in the CSS folder? Any advice greatly appreciated
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