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<body bgcolor="#ffffff"> // no change here, just for reference
All you need to do is set the div to be align="center" to center it on the page. Or you can edit your "christian" id style to include the following:
NOTE: I looked at your posted website source and notice that it is slightly different than your posted code. I noted that the div that contains your scripts has the id of "christian" and the two following divs are removed. I am assuming that you made a style for the "christian" id in your center.css script. Of course, if you took the code you posted here, all you would need to do is move the script/noscript block of code into the two divs below, making sure that "christian" is styled to be 100% width and text-align:center, or simply remove the "christian" div altogether. IE:
Also, I noted that some of your links are "broken" All of your getURL's need to have absolute paths ( http:// included). If you link to "www.somesite.com" it will simply append that on to the end of the current url, so you would get " http://christianvonstackelberg.net/www.somesite.com" instead of redirecting to somesite.com
Thank you so much man I'm going to make the changes now ill update again when I fixed them. One more thing I cant seem to get the hand to toggle to let the user know that there is a site with larger pictures because its a movie clip. any suggestions maybe add an eventlistener? Thanks doggie
Thank you so much!!! dude it looks 10 times better. This is probably going to help me get a good job so you know your help went to helping someone have a chance to succeed. Any other comments would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.