Depending on your site design, you may want your CSS Menu Writer navigation menu to be centered on your page. This can be achieved by modifying your existing CSS layout. This tutorial shows you the steps required for centering your navigation menu on a page using any CSS-based layout.
The first step in centering requires you to measure your navigation menu. Start by determining the exact width of the menu, including any margins or padding applied to the left or right of the navigation elements. You can use WebAssist's CSS Menu Writer or Firefox's MeasureIt add-on to measure the full width of your menu in your browser.
Method one: CSS Menu Writer
Option two: Firefox MeasureIt
The second step in centering your navigation menu is to create or modify the div element which positions it on your page.
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