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Need to replace an image with one of a different size? Thanks Reply Steven Bradley says: August 11, 2011 at 6:24 pm It should work except where I mentioned otherwise. This is causing the gap. To vertically center something, you need to know the top and bottom edge of the area to center in. http://admitcore.net/vertical-align/vertical-align-top-not-working-in-ie.html

This allows us to freely place it across the container. It is not very complicated once you know the rules. similarly, if you change the flow-direction to row, it will become horizontally centered. Set the line-height property on the outer element to match the height of the outer element.

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So, you can mix-and-match which elements have which value - the elements don't effect each other. If you can accept the above necessities, the solution is: Set the line-height of the parent element to the fixed height you want. These methods aren't specifically to center something on the screen. but the sample clear my mind, thanks 🙂 Reply Steven Bradley says: December 6, 2012 at 6:13 pm What are you having a hard time with?

In time we'll be able to use the css3 flexible box layout module and forget about the methods above, but for now browser support isn't quite there. Today I want to present 6 of those methods. Your html didn't come through, but I can figure it out from your css. Horizontal Align I'm technical referent but I lost the lead for technical decisions North by North by North by South East Chess : The Lone King Locking plane for a long period I

Reply Adjie says: December 4, 2012 at 11:52 pm Still can't figured it out. Css Vertical Align Text In Div Why Vertical-Align Behaves The Way It Behaves We can now take a closer look at vertical alignment in certain situations. and in next line

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Hey, this is vertically centered. None of the other values make a whole lot of sense anyway, and have unpredictable cross browser results. Vertical Align Table Cell Reply Steven Bradley says: November 11, 2011 at 11:28 am Thanks Paula.

Top & Bottom Top and Bottom work similarly to text-top and text-bottom, but they are not constrained by text but rather by anything at all on that line (like another image). To get them centered along a line, you'd use vertical-align: middle;. Aligning the Element’s Baseline Relative To the Line Box’s Baseline x baseline sub super -50% +10px baseline: The element’s baseline sits exactly on top of the line box’s baseline. this content I think any of these methods can work well under the right circumstances.

Reply tesettür abiye modelleri says: May 28, 2015 at 2:18 am thanks you so much ! I'm glad you're offering some details to help me look. But yeah, in the end they do the same thing. Obviously I thought you were asking why it was happening.

The Table Method helped me a lot. Afterwords and now I'm writing from my own computer and as I received already a notification it seems fine. If I take the image source by js, then remove the src and set the image as the background of that div in center center position? In a modern, standards-compliant browser, the following three code snippets do the same thing: foo
In your browser, here's how the

Reply A R Cohen says: October 11, 2012 at 10:37 am This was amazingly helpful. Reply noekidotcom says: July 15, 2011 at 2:07 am I really enjoy your acticles. We're doing some self-taught efforts w/CSS, this is helpful. Just to point out that these parameters have to be added to a CSS block specific to the elements to be centred/middled, eg: #element span {height:100%;display:-webkit-box;-webkit-box-pack:center;-we‌bkit-box-align:cente‌r;} - note the height is

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