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Old 12-26-2012, 05:15 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by crutledge View Post
I may be making something more difficult than it should be.

I wish to center an object vertically on it's own page. Is there a simple way of doing this?

Perhaps someone could point me to a css statement!
Own 'screen' or own file?
When it comes to Images, the problem is screens come in 3 sizes: to short, too long, just right . If you have a 800x600 screen and a 800x600 image (which is slight too big), then you try and display on a smaller screen?

Have not tried:
set the (Image) height: 80%; margin-top: 5%; margin-bottom: 5%
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