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# Diablo Site

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Thanks to you people here''s help, my site is now becoming quite elaborate. The url is: www.angelfire.com/games5/diablovault. I only have one problem- if you go to the Diablo 1 section then to the character class page, you''ll see that the back button is clearly left-aligned, even though it is between center and /center tags in the HTML code. Why is this happening? It could be something regarding two center tags- on in the table and one outside of it.

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Yes, check your center tags.. Looks like you closed one too early

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Yeah, I probably did. I did the outer center to center everything on the page, including the "frame" of the table containing the whole middle part of the screen. Then I did another center tag to center the contents of the table. However, the back button and text is still withing the first "larger" center tag, and I''m wondering why it''s not working. I sort of see the point, just not the specifics. I know I could put it into the table, but I really want to figure this out. Can nebody help me?

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Delete the 2nd to last < /center > in your code.

I looked at it more and noticed you had 3 < /center >s and only 2 < center >s

The end of your code should look like this

</table></center></td></tr></table></td></tr></table><br><br><a href="d1.html"><img src="back.jpg" width=15%><br><font size=2>Back</font></a></center></BODY></html>

[edited by - Maega on August 18, 2003 2:57:23 AM]