> You need to put all the site's content in a container <div> tag, thus,
> <div id='container'>
> all your site's stuff
> Then, in your style sheet, you need to create these styles,
> width:100% /*plus any other body styling you want to do*/
> top:0px; /*or whatever you want it to be*/
> width:700px; /*or whatever you want it to be*/
> margin-left:-350px; /*half of the width setting*/
> /*plus any other styling you want to do*/
> I hope that makes sense. It's perfectly standard practice, is 100%
> compatible (including XHTML), and works in all modern standards compatible
> browsers. You need to add those styles for html and body, as your <div> is
> nested within the <body>, and the <body> is nested within the <html> tag.
> standards compliant mode for XHTML, this matters!