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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-13-2005, 03:25 PM Thread Starter
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Microsoft office Publisher 2003 webpage creation...

Hey guys... recently decided to start a little side business. I've bought a domain and have hosting but how do I load the page in publisher to the hosting site? I've looked around a little bit but I'm a computer retard, can you do FTP transfers through publisher?

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good stuff, thanks a lot. Finally got the page together for the most part and uploaded.

Only posting it here as an example of my next problem www.cpreducation.com See how it's not centered? Can anyone tell me how to correct that? After that I'm going to redo www.independentfreestyle.com
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Did you do that using tables? If so you should just be able to center the entire table. If not then highlight everythign and center align it just liek a word document.

FYI Publisher is not really the best for websites. Dreamweaver or Frontpage would be far superior with built in upload features. I have copies of both.

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that was made using one of their templates and then adding text boxes... i have dreamweaver too but I suck
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when you select everything the center align key doesn't work
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oh boy.... ya should just find a simple online editor Nicky. As far as why your shit isn't centered, you're using layers with absolute positioning. you have it set to start at x:0 y:0 and the size of the page to be roughly 8"x8". Since it's absolute, it's always gonna start the page in the left upper corner, and therefore not be able to center it, if ya stretch the width of the browser.
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oh boy.... ya should just find a simple online editor Nicky. As far as why your shit isn't centered, you're using layers with absolute positioning. you have it set to start at x:0 y:0 and the size of the page to be roughly 8"x8". Since it's absolute, it's always gonna start the page in the left upper corner, and therefore not be able to center it, if ya stretch the width of the browser.
lol so how do I correct that without having to redo everything?
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PHP Code:
<html>
<
head><title>Title</title></head>
<
body>
<
center>
Text hereeverytime you need to go to a new line use <br/>
if 
you wanna change the font you do <font size="4" color="blue" face="arial"something like this</font>
</
center>
</
body>
</
html
copy that into notepad and stop using publisher.
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