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6 Methods For Vertical Centering With CSS

6 Methods For Vertical Centering With CSS
Centering elements vertically with css is something that often gives designers trouble. There are however a variety of methods for vertical centering and each is fairly easy to use. Today I want to present 6 of those methods. I’ve usually skipped over the topic of vertical centering, since there are some good posts already out there that are easy enough to find, but recently Bikram commented requesting a tutorial on vertically centering so I thought why not. You can view demos of each of the methods below by clicking here. Clicking the images above each section will also take you to that specific demo. Let’s start by first talking about something that doesn’t work as many expect. Vertical-Align Horizontal centering with css is rather easy. With text-align: center in mind, most people look first to vertical-align in order to center things vertically. However valign only worked on table cells. The values for vertical-align have meaning with respect to a parent inline element. html css Summary

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