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As said in the closing note on CSS-Tricks: The 0.25em nudge-back is a little janky. Imagine that. IE8 requires a !DOCTYPE. It is getting very close to being the most sensible option though, depending on your user base. –mike-source May 19 at 15:51 add a comment| up vote 4 down vote here http://admitcore.net/vertical-align/vertical-align-middle-not-working.html

I like the float way. Coloring the div borders during testing strangely showed that this extra div doesn't scale to match the contents but expands to the same size as the table div, but as it We need to bring the child element up by an amount equal to half its height and to do so we set a negative margin-bottom on the floater div. So, let’s tackle the rules of the game. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/16629561/css-vertical-align-middle-not-working

Vertical-align Middle Div

I've usually skipped over the topic of vertical centering, since there are some good posts already out there that are easy enough to find, but recently Bikram commented requesting a tutorial With a table cell the values are relative to the table-height-algorithm, which usually means the height of the row. CSS has not yet provided an official way to center content vertically within its container. Inline elements are much simpler to center: If you know the height of your containing div, and the height of your inner centered div, or, if you the height of your

I didnt try though. and in next line class="c"> class="half">50% wide class="half">50% wide