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Left Align Entire Website

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The basic markup: Try this in your custom code CSS: [code] body { text-align:center; /* for IE */ margin:0 auto; /* for the rest */ } div#wrapper { text-align:left; width:960px; /* or a percentage, or whatever */ } [/code] Change "wrapper" for the name of your enclosing div around the whole page (if you don't have one, then you need one ;). Use Firebug to find the appropriate wrapper. In your website, it could be either "site", "page" or "page-canvas" (without quotes ( " ))

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Great! Thanks so much. That did half the trick. What needs to happen now is that the backgroudn image needs to be right aligned as it was before... how can I do this? This is what its currently looking like: http://deeptest.co.za/dekloof/ To jog your memory this is how it needs to behave: http://www.thetestkitchen.co.za/ Really appreciate your help :)

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I made the width 100% but still does not wrap properly. Left margin still comes into play on a larger monitor...?

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Hi Lulajack, Try adding this to Platform Settings --> Custom Code --> CSS Rules #site { background: url("http://deeptest.co.za/dekloof/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/bg11.jpg") no-repeat scroll 100% 100% transparent; } body #page { background-color: transparent !important; }

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Thanks Dannyh, but nothing different happened? This is the code I am using: body{ margin-left: 0px; font-size: 87%; line-height:1.6em; height:100%; padding-top: 0px; text-align:center; /* for IE */ margin:0 auto; /* for the rest */ } div#page { text-align:left; margin-left: 0px; width:960px; /* or a percentage, or whatever */ } #site { background: url("http://deeptest.co.za/dekloof/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/bg11.jpg" no-repeat scroll 100% 100% transparent; } body #page { background-color: transparent !important; } Not sure what I am doing wrong... kinda a newbie at css!

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Ok, I see what the problem is, first of all can you remove the background image you have uploaded in Design Control. Then, copy this code into your CSS rules section, the code above I gave you had its format slightly altered. http://pastebin.com/8HTnQi35

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That worked perfectly! Thanks so much!

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No problem, glads its working for you.

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