Alignment with slides.com

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  • #245622

    justace
    Member

    I just started to use slides.com based on some of the comments in the forums in order to get my trip pictures in my blog entry. I like to see things centered so I wrapped the code for the slide in a <DIV>. For some reason the links at the bottom of the slides are pushed to the left and not centered. The exact code that I have there is the following:

    <DIV style="text-align:center;">
    [slideshow id=2449958197292790302&amp;w=600&amp;h=475]
    </DIV>

    The blog is http://justace.wordpress.com

    Can somebody give me a tip so that the whole thing is centered? Thanks

    #245927

    The only thing which seems to work is this:

    <p align="center">[slideshow id=2449958197292790302&amp;w=600&amp;h=475]</p>

    #245928

    By the way you may want to reduce the width/height so that it fits within the text of the blog entry. If ya don’t know how, you change the numbers after w= and h=

    #245934

    justace
    Member

    I guess I could just bring it down to 500, too bad it does not support dynamic… like 80%…

    #245936

    justace
    Member

    Bummer, I tried what you did but it did not work. I guess it has something to do with the CSS template? I am using the Andreas04 theme.

    #245946

    hmmmm, it works for me as I use slide? Could it have to do with the fact that the slide is too big for the space allotted for blog entry? It must be hard to tell if it’s actually aligned since it creeps into your sidebar?

    #245947

    Ummm, when I look at your blog, it is centered and is now within the blog entry margins. I’m using Internet Explorer 7. I’m wondering if you may be using a different browser, and that’s why it still looks strange? Or maybe you corrected and never updated this thread?

    #245949

    justace
    Member

    Well, all I did was change the width of the display from 600 to 500. I wander what people’s default resolutions are. It seems that I am running a crazy res compared to everybody else….

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