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    Why do they never centre?!?

    Hi all

    I downloaded the EduGeek Joomla package hoping to use it for my schools intranet page and am running into occasional griefs.

    Like when I go to edit school dates or school profile, the images and text NEVER center no matter how many times I click the center button. Anyone else run into this and have a workaround/fix?

    Cheers

    Steve

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    Anyone? It's something to do with the CSS coding of the articles but I cant figure out what!

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    Might help if you us with the page/website so we can help.

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    Me too on this one, but think i can work it out if i spend a bit of time on it.

    Cheers, Ben

    https://cid-67a862e29eaac5f1.skydriv...age%20prob.jpg

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    Bit of a bump if anyone can help me! I really want to use Joomla and this theme for my school, but the articles not centering is not helping! I've attached an image below.


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    try giving the content area a background via css, I'm guessing that it is in the center of the container but the container doesn't take up the full space so it appears off center.

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    Hello,
    I have the same problem for "School Status" and "Advert 1".
    If someone managed to center the text only (the pictures are centered OK) in those area please let us know what was the trick.
    Costi B.
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    but the articles not centering is not helping!
    In your picture you seem to have things centred in the middle of module positions so I'm confused with your question

    (I can see the RH module is messed up but the others look OK.

    Any chance of URL (via PM if necessary) of the site?

    regards

    Simon

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