I had a look at your code, and it doesn't look like you'll be able to get away with a <center>
tag or the code mentioned above. Specifically, you're using a good deal of absolute positioning in your CSS (it looks like it was generated by a drag-and-drop designer).
I'm not entirely sure what properties correspond to what (most of them are labeled either "Layern
" or "apDivn
" where n
is a number), but what's for sure is that if you try centering the page, that you'd have to use relative positioning instead of absolute positioning.
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