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    Joomla Suckerfish Menu, Site / Centering


    Good Evening,

    Am very glad to find this board. Am working on my first paid Joomla site - and the Suckerfish menu's do not seem to center, and I cannot find any directions on how to go about making them so.

    Also, many sites I've visited will scale to the size of the window open (until too small) - am using the JNS Epic Pro Template and was wondering if there was any CSS feature to program the whole site to scale as best possible.

    Hope this makes sense. Am not new to computers, but rather a newbie to Joomla and CSS (although I do know a little).

    If any further info is required, please just advise.

    Thanking you in advance ... going live on 7/1 ...
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    CSS property margin:0px auto; usually centers whatever it's assigned to. You can try adding that and see what happens? I don't know suckerfish though.

    If that doesn't work we'll need to see a link to your site to determine why it doesn't work. You can post a link like so:

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    Thank you LDHosting ...


    for looking at my problem. Here's template.css code for the menu in question before your recommendation:

    }

    #jsn-ptoolbar {
    position: absolute;
    top: 3px;
    left: 70px;
    }

    Am not sure where the proper place to input your suggestion in. I can send you the entire template.css and / or give you credentials to my Joomla and and host if it helps.

    Current URL is http:// .69.89.31.246 /~rranchga

    Am also getting an Invalid Token when a user logs in, logs out, then tries to log back in again. Just thought I'd throw that in here as well.

    Again - thanks for all of your help -

    Steve.
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    Having the element position:absolute will negate any margin:0 auto declaration. Take it out. About your other problem, I'm afraid that is not CSS related so you might need to go to a server-side language forum to fix that.
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