2 Replies Latest reply on Nov 18, 2008 2:27 AM by loki2357

    How to centre an object vertically?

    loki2357 Level 1
      Hi,
      I have a flash movie which is 800 x 600. I want it to be dead centre both horizontally and vertically, and I want it to be centre whatever the screen resolution is. I seem to have achieved this horizontally by choosing a template called "column centered liquid". However, I can't figure out how to do this vertically too.

      Any suggestions would be very welcome indeed.

      Thanks.
        • 1. Re: How to centre an object vertically?
          Level 7
          > I want it to be centre whatever the screen resolution is

          Screen resolution is not the issue. A given page will look EXACTLY the same
          on ANY resolution screen as long as the browser viewport is the same width
          on all resolutions.

          Try reading this -

          http://www.apptools.com/examples/tableheight.php

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          "loki2357" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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          > Hi,
          > I have a flash movie which is 800 x 600. I want it to be dead centre both
          > horizontally and vertically, and I want it to be centre whatever the
          > screen
          > resolution is. I seem to have achieved this horizontally by choosing a
          > template called "column centered liquid". However, I can't figure out how
          > to
          > do this vertically too.
          >
          > Any suggestions would be very welcome indeed.
          >
          > Thanks.
          >

          • 2. Re: How to centre an object vertically?
            loki2357 Level 1
            Hi,

            Thanks for this. I still haven't quite got my head round it but I'll read it a few more times. I'm sure I'll get it.

            Regards,
            Mike