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HTML

multiple divs in one container align center, possible?

please check this: http://goo.gl/JXLTlc

is it possible to align this boxes in horizontal center?? for now the align="center" for my container just align the text to center

2 Answers

All divs, the outer div (with border) and the inner div's (colored boxes) should be flexible in width. All divs should align to center.

My quick solution, to set the colored boxes to display: inline-block instead float: left and position:relative and it works! http://goo.gl/5hFQQ6

Caroline Hagan
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Caroline Hagan
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I suppose it depends; are you looking for these inner boxes to be flexible (content, or screen) or intend them to be fixed width? You could add padding to the parent container, to make them 'appear' centrally. text-align: center, does what it says on the tin; it only aligns text.