You may want to reread Mike's instructions to make clear anything I may
leave out. I was using Mike's instructions for awhile but fixing every html
page got to be more than I wanted to put up with. Also, it works with pages
created with Publisher 2000, I don't remember if it applies to other
versions of Publisher.
Here is a sample inserting using Notepad set for html files of <center> AND
</center> from one of my pages.
<body bgcolor <= The "body" line could be so long it takes up more than one
<center> <= Put "<center> here, just before the "<a name=top>"
Now go to the bottom of the same page
</center> <= Put "</center> here, just before the "</body>"
This needs to be done to all of your html files.
Vancouver, USA - One of the great cities in one of the 45+ countries in
"Ronnie H" <rdeletedeletehnowhere.com> wrote in message
news:OBItb.3818$fg2.86574news.xtra.co.nz...valuable> I am trying to make my web page [SocialGoals.com] look centered in the
> browser screen, and have tried inserting the <center> tag after the <body>
> tag, as per Mr Bartosik's website advice [thanks Mr B for your very> tips and hints] - but that doesn't seem to work. I'm using Publisher 2000,
> and my site is hosted by geocities, and I'm using their HTML editor.
> Ronnie H
> Social Policy Bonds:
> Policy as if outcomes mattered