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Centering Your Web Site
In Fusion 11 and Newer

To have your web site displayed in the center of a visitors web browser regardless of what width they have their window set to.

Note: If your web site project uses more than one masterborder, you will need to repeat all the processes listed below on each masterborder.

  1. Go to Page View and select your masterborder area or press F10

  2. Click the html button on the masterborder property palette.

  3. Place an opening div statement and a closing div statement in the locations shown in the following example

Centering all web pages in Fusion 11
If You Are Using Fusion 7.5 Through Fusion Version 10

To have your web site displayed in the center of a user's browser window using Fusion 7.5 (Essentials) through Fusion version 10 you will need place an opening and closing div statements like this:

  1. Go to Page View and select your masterborder area or press F10

  2. Click the html button on the masterborder property palette.

  3. Click the Beginning of Body tab and place an opening div statement

  4. Click the End of Body tab and place an closing div statement.

Place an opening div tag to centering all web pages in Fusion 7.5 through Fusion 10
You must place a closing when you use a div statement
Centering Web Pages in Early Fusion Products

To have your web site displayed in the center of a user's browser window using NetObjects Fusion products version 1 though MX you will need to use the center tag. This tag is depreciated and will eventually be phased out.

  1. Go to Page View and select your masterborder area or press F10

  2. Click the html button on the masterborder property palette.

  3. Click the Beginning of Body tab and place a center

Centering your web site using Fusion version 1 through Version MX

Note: If you are using Fusion Essentials (version 7.5) and you find that your nav bar rollovers are having problems displaying properly in Mozilla, Netscape, or Opera when you use the div tag you will also need to replace the rollover.js file in your NetObjects System folder with this one, rollover.js (this will make all javascript submenus open correct in Mozilla, NS7 and Opera). Make a backup copy of the original js file before replacing it.



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