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Old July 21st, 2006, 04:57 PM posted to microsoft.public.publisher
CCTC
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Default Webpage Orientation

Is there any way to insure that no matter what size monitor is used to view
my web page that my web page is centered? Right now it is to the left and to
long for me to view in web preview.
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  #2  
Old July 21st, 2006, 05:25 PM posted to microsoft.public.publisher
Don Schmidt
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Default Webpage Orientation

I believe websites created with Publisher 2000 are the only ones that you
can add the center code to center your website. This can be done manually
by editing the html files or automatically by using a program such as
Replace in Files.

You can get Replace in Files at http://www.emurasoft.com/index.htm

In the program you will need to fill four boxes; these are the entries:

/head
/head center
*html
The fourth box enter the path to where your website html files are located;
use the browse button

The four check buttons below can be left unchecked.

You will need to change the html files every time you do a "Save as a
website" of your pub files.


--
Don
Vancouver, USA






"CCTC" wrote in message
...
Is there any way to insure that no matter what size monitor is used to
view
my web page that my web page is centered? Right now it is to the left and
to
long for me to view in web preview.



  #3  
Old July 21st, 2006, 05:45 PM posted to microsoft.public.publisher
CCTC
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Default Webpage Orientation

Thank you so much, I will try that. I appreciate your time and help. CCTC

"Don Schmidt" wrote:

I believe websites created with Publisher 2000 are the only ones that you
can add the center code to center your website. This can be done manually
by editing the html files or automatically by using a program such as
Replace in Files.

You can get Replace in Files at http://www.emurasoft.com/index.htm

In the program you will need to fill four boxes; these are the entries:

/head
/head center
*html
The fourth box enter the path to where your website html files are located;
use the browse button

The four check buttons below can be left unchecked.

You will need to change the html files every time you do a "Save as a
website" of your pub files.


--
Don
Vancouver, USA






"CCTC" wrote in message
...
Is there any way to insure that no matter what size monitor is used to
view
my web page that my web page is centered? Right now it is to the left and
to
long for me to view in web preview.




  #4  
Old July 21st, 2006, 06:46 PM posted to microsoft.public.publisher
Don Schmidt
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Posts: 238
Default Webpage Orientation

You're welcome. Remember, Publisher 2000 ONLY.


--
Don
Vancouver, USA


"CCTC" wrote in message
...
Thank you so much, I will try that. I appreciate your time and help.
CCTC

"Don Schmidt" wrote:

I believe websites created with Publisher 2000 are the only ones that you
can add the center code to center your website. This can be done
manually
by editing the html files or automatically by using a program such as
Replace in Files.

You can get Replace in Files at http://www.emurasoft.com/index.htm

In the program you will need to fill four boxes; these are the entries:

/head
/head center
*html
The fourth box enter the path to where your website html files are
located;
use the browse button

The four check buttons below can be left unchecked.

You will need to change the html files every time you do a "Save as a
website" of your pub files.


--
Don
Vancouver, USA






"CCTC" wrote in message
...
Is there any way to insure that no matter what size monitor is used to
view
my web page that my web page is centered? Right now it is to the left
and
to
long for me to view in web preview.






  #5  
Old September 10th, 2009, 08:17 PM posted to microsoft.public.publisher
BethMac
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Default Webpage Orientation

I know this was submitted a while ago and for Publisher 2000. Is there a way
to do this in Publisher 2007? My webpages look differently when viewed on a
widescreen display, for example, versus other display sizes. Thanks so much
for your time and expertise!

"Don Schmidt" wrote:

You're welcome. Remember, Publisher 2000 ONLY.


--
Don
Vancouver, USA


"CCTC" wrote in message
...
Thank you so much, I will try that. I appreciate your time and help.
CCTC

"Don Schmidt" wrote:

I believe websites created with Publisher 2000 are the only ones that you
can add the center code to center your website. This can be done
manually
by editing the html files or automatically by using a program such as
Replace in Files.

You can get Replace in Files at http://www.emurasoft.com/index.htm

In the program you will need to fill four boxes; these are the entries:

/head
/head center
*html
The fourth box enter the path to where your website html files are
located;
use the browse button

The four check buttons below can be left unchecked.

You will need to change the html files every time you do a "Save as a
website" of your pub files.


--
Don
Vancouver, USA






"CCTC" wrote in message
...
Is there any way to insure that no matter what size monitor is used to
view
my web page that my web page is centered? Right now it is to the left
and
to
long for me to view in web preview.






  #6  
Old September 10th, 2009, 08:40 PM posted to microsoft.public.publisher
Mary Sauer[_3_]
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Default Webpage Orientation

Look at the post *Center Webpage* posted by Clint on 9/8/2009 6:33 AM. It has
some code you can add to your web page.

--
Mary Sauer
http://msauer.mvps.org/

"BethMac" wrote in message
...
I know this was submitted a while ago and for Publisher 2000. Is there a way
to do this in Publisher 2007? My webpages look differently when viewed on a
widescreen display, for example, versus other display sizes. Thanks so much
for your time and expertise!

"Don Schmidt" wrote:

You're welcome. Remember, Publisher 2000 ONLY.


--
Don
Vancouver, USA


"CCTC" wrote in message
...
Thank you so much, I will try that. I appreciate your time and help.
CCTC

"Don Schmidt" wrote:

I believe websites created with Publisher 2000 are the only ones that you
can add the center code to center your website. This can be done
manually
by editing the html files or automatically by using a program such as
Replace in Files.

You can get Replace in Files at http://www.emurasoft.com/index.htm

In the program you will need to fill four boxes; these are the entries:

/head
/head center
*html
The fourth box enter the path to where your website html files are
located;
use the browse button

The four check buttons below can be left unchecked.

You will need to change the html files every time you do a "Save as a
website" of your pub files.


--
Don
Vancouver, USA






"CCTC" wrote in message
...
Is there any way to insure that no matter what size monitor is used to
view
my web page that my web page is centered? Right now it is to the left
and
to
long for me to view in web preview.








  #7  
Old September 10th, 2009, 09:01 PM posted to microsoft.public.publisher
BethMac
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Default Webpage Orientation

Thanks Mary!

"Mary Sauer" wrote:

Look at the post *Center Webpage* posted by Clint on 9/8/2009 6:33 AM. It has
some code you can add to your web page.

--
Mary Sauer
http://msauer.mvps.org/

"BethMac" wrote in message
...
I know this was submitted a while ago and for Publisher 2000. Is there a way
to do this in Publisher 2007? My webpages look differently when viewed on a
widescreen display, for example, versus other display sizes. Thanks so much
for your time and expertise!

"Don Schmidt" wrote:

You're welcome. Remember, Publisher 2000 ONLY.


--
Don
Vancouver, USA


"CCTC" wrote in message
...
Thank you so much, I will try that. I appreciate your time and help.
CCTC

"Don Schmidt" wrote:

I believe websites created with Publisher 2000 are the only ones that you
can add the center code to center your website. This can be done
manually
by editing the html files or automatically by using a program such as
Replace in Files.

You can get Replace in Files at http://www.emurasoft.com/index.htm

In the program you will need to fill four boxes; these are the entries:

/head
/head center
*html
The fourth box enter the path to where your website html files are
located;
use the browse button

The four check buttons below can be left unchecked.

You will need to change the html files every time you do a "Save as a
website" of your pub files.


--
Don
Vancouver, USA






"CCTC" wrote in message
...
Is there any way to insure that no matter what size monitor is used to
view
my web page that my web page is centered? Right now it is to the left
and
to
long for me to view in web preview.









  #8  
Old May 5th, 2010, 05:17 PM posted to microsoft.public.publisher
Ellejay369
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Default Webpage Orientation

So why the hell don't Microsoft make this a feature in all Publisher progs,
not just on this year? And why does it have to be so laborious?
Surely this is a 'duh' requirement for all website that they are centred in
the middle of the page. It is driving me nuts that each computer I view my
website on, it comes up looking totally different from the site I designed!
Grrrrrrr!!!!!

"Don Schmidt" wrote:

You're welcome. Remember, Publisher 2000 ONLY.


--
Don
Vancouver, USA


"CCTC" wrote in message
...
Thank you so much, I will try that. I appreciate your time and help.
CCTC

"Don Schmidt" wrote:

I believe websites created with Publisher 2000 are the only ones that you
can add the center code to center your website. This can be done
manually
by editing the html files or automatically by using a program such as
Replace in Files.

You can get Replace in Files at http://www.emurasoft.com/index.htm

In the program you will need to fill four boxes; these are the entries:

/head
/head center
*html
The fourth box enter the path to where your website html files are
located;
use the browse button

The four check buttons below can be left unchecked.

You will need to change the html files every time you do a "Save as a
website" of your pub files.


--
Don
Vancouver, USA






"CCTC" wrote in message
...
Is there any way to insure that no matter what size monitor is used to
view
my web page that my web page is centered? Right now it is to the left
and
to
long for me to view in web preview.






  #9  
Old May 5th, 2010, 10:30 PM posted to microsoft.public.publisher
JoAnn Paules
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Default Webpage Orientation

Actually Publisher is finally getting a clue about creating websites.

http://office-blog.net/post/Office-2...sher-2010.aspx
Creating new Web sites and Web publications is not available in Publisher
2010. However, users can still edit Web publications created in an earlier
version of Publisher. Publisher 2010 does not display a folder of Web site
templates, or a user interface access point to change a publication to Web
mode. However, users see a Web mode tab when they open a Web publication
created in an earlier version of Publisher.

--
JoAnn Paules
MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
Tech Editor for "Microsoft Publisher 2007 For Dummies"



"Ellejay369" wrote in message
...
So why the hell don't Microsoft make this a feature in all Publisher
progs,
not just on this year? And why does it have to be so laborious?
Surely this is a 'duh' requirement for all website that they are centred
in
the middle of the page. It is driving me nuts that each computer I view my
website on, it comes up looking totally different from the site I
designed!
Grrrrrrr!!!!!

"Don Schmidt" wrote:

You're welcome. Remember, Publisher 2000 ONLY.


--
Don
Vancouver, USA


"CCTC" wrote in message
...
Thank you so much, I will try that. I appreciate your time and help.
CCTC

"Don Schmidt" wrote:

I believe websites created with Publisher 2000 are the only ones that
you
can add the center code to center your website. This can be done
manually
by editing the html files or automatically by using a program such as
Replace in Files.

You can get Replace in Files at http://www.emurasoft.com/index.htm

In the program you will need to fill four boxes; these are the
entries:

/head
/head center
*html
The fourth box enter the path to where your website html files are
located;
use the browse button

The four check buttons below can be left unchecked.

You will need to change the html files every time you do a "Save as a
website" of your pub files.


--
Don
Vancouver, USA






"CCTC" wrote in message
...
Is there any way to insure that no matter what size monitor is used
to
view
my web page that my web page is centered? Right now it is to the
left
and
to
long for me to view in web preview.







  #10  
Old May 6th, 2010, 07:01 AM posted to microsoft.public.publisher
Rob Giordano [MS MVP]
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Default Webpage Orientation

finally

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Rob Giordano
Microsoft MVP Expression Web






"JoAnn Paules" wrote in message
...
Actually Publisher is finally getting a clue about creating websites.

http://office-blog.net/post/Office-2...sher-2010.aspx
Creating new Web sites and Web publications is not available in Publisher
2010. However, users can still edit Web publications created in an earlier
version of Publisher. Publisher 2010 does not display a folder of Web site
templates, or a user interface access point to change a publication to Web
mode. However, users see a Web mode tab when they open a Web publication
created in an earlier version of Publisher.

--
JoAnn Paules
MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
Tech Editor for "Microsoft Publisher 2007 For Dummies"



"Ellejay369" wrote in message
...
So why the hell don't Microsoft make this a feature in all Publisher
progs,
not just on this year? And why does it have to be so laborious?
Surely this is a 'duh' requirement for all website that they are centred
in
the middle of the page. It is driving me nuts that each computer I view
my
website on, it comes up looking totally different from the site I
designed!
Grrrrrrr!!!!!

"Don Schmidt" wrote:

You're welcome. Remember, Publisher 2000 ONLY.


--
Don
Vancouver, USA


"CCTC" wrote in message
...
Thank you so much, I will try that. I appreciate your time and help.
CCTC

"Don Schmidt" wrote:

I believe websites created with Publisher 2000 are the only ones that
you
can add the center code to center your website. This can be done
manually
by editing the html files or automatically by using a program such as
Replace in Files.

You can get Replace in Files at http://www.emurasoft.com/index.htm

In the program you will need to fill four boxes; these are the
entries:

/head
/head center
*html
The fourth box enter the path to where your website html files are
located;
use the browse button

The four check buttons below can be left unchecked.

You will need to change the html files every time you do a "Save as a
website" of your pub files.


--
Don
Vancouver, USA






"CCTC" wrote in message
...
Is there any way to insure that no matter what size monitor is used
to
view
my web page that my web page is centered? Right now it is to the
left
and
to
long for me to view in web preview.








 




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