css menus moving to the left

The main menu on this site I have http://www.smokymountaincounseling.org/
The main css menu that is below the text is supposed to be centered. I have
no Idea why They are doing this. Every other css item that is on the site
also moves to the left. If you look at the bottom of the calender page there
is a freeway file of the site that you can download.


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The menu item is actually sitting on the left side of the page (56px from the left and 84px from the right). Making it the full with of the item behind it centers it properly.

Joe

On 7 Jan 2011, at 04:19, Nathan Ander wrote:

The main menu on this site I have http://www.smokymountaincounseling.org/
The main css menu that is below the text is supposed to be centered. I have
no Idea why They are doing this. Every other css item that is on the site
also moves to the left. If you look at the bottom of the calender page there
is a freeway file of the site that you can download.


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Ok. That did not work. When I make it longer it moves the while box to the
left.
On Jan 7, 2011 6:10 AM, “Joe Billings” email@hidden wrote:

The menu item is actually sitting on the left side of the page (56px from
the left and 84px from the right). Making it the full with of the item
behind it centers it properly.

Joe

On 7 Jan 2011, at 04:19, Nathan Ander wrote:

The main menu on this site I have http://www.smokymountaincounseling.org/
The main css menu that is below the text is supposed to be centered. I
have

no Idea why They are doing this. Every other css item that is on the site
also moves to the left. If you look at the bottom of the calender page
there

is a freeway file of the site that you can download.


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Ahh I see, you’re faking the centering by making the HTML items on the left and right stretchy. The menu will always just appear in the same place regardless of the browser window width because it’s a layer. Making the menu item a table based item (untick Layer) should fix it. Note you may need to increase the height of the item and reduce the top padding in the CSS Menus Action palette, otherwise the graphic item behind it’s going to split apart.

Hope this helps!

Joe

On 7 Jan 2011, at 11:50, Nathan Ander wrote:

Ok. That did not work. When I make it longer it moves the while box to the
left.
On Jan 7, 2011 6:10 AM, “Joe Billings” email@hidden wrote:

The menu item is actually sitting on the left side of the page (56px from
the left and 84px from the right). Making it the full with of the item
behind it centers it properly.

Joe

On 7 Jan 2011, at 04:19, Nathan Ander wrote:

The main menu on this site I have http://www.smokymountaincounseling.org/
The main css menu that is below the text is supposed to be centered. I
have

no Idea why They are doing this. Every other css item that is on the site
also moves to the left. If you look at the bottom of the calender page
there

is a freeway file of the site that you can download.


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Ok I see what you are saying. That works fir the css menu. But I have other
items that have to be layered for the action to work.
On Jan 7, 2011 7:14 AM, “Joe Billings” email@hidden wrote:

Ahh I see, you’re faking the centering by making the HTML items on the
left and right stretchy. The menu will always just appear in the same place
regardless of the browser window width because it’s a layer. Making the menu
item a table based item (untick Layer) should fix it. Note you may need to
increase the height of the item and reduce the top padding in the CSS Menus
Action palette, otherwise the graphic item behind it’s going to split apart.

Hope this helps!

Joe

On 7 Jan 2011, at 11:50, Nathan Ander wrote:

Ok. That did not work. When I make it longer it moves the while box to
the

left.
On Jan 7, 2011 6:10 AM, “Joe Billings” email@hidden wrote:

The menu item is actually sitting on the left side of the page (56px
from

the left and 84px from the right). Making it the full with of the item
behind it centers it properly.

Joe

On 7 Jan 2011, at 04:19, Nathan Ander wrote:

The main menu on this site I have
http://www.smokymountaincounseling.org/

The main css menu that is below the text is supposed to be centered. I
have

no Idea why They are doing this. Every other css item that is on the
site

also moves to the left. If you look at the bottom of the calender page
there

is a freeway file of the site that you can download.


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