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  • Hello all! If any one could so kind as to assist me with an issue I’m currently having, I’d greatly appreciate it. I’ll try to reference everything with the correct terms, but please forgive me if I get some of my descriptions wrong.

    The website is

    I would like to center the entire horizontal menu within it’s DIV by using CSS or any other solution that is probable.

    I was actually able to center it by using the ‘margin-left: NNpx;’ method, but the only problem is when viewed on a mobile device, the entire menu is pushed to the right.
    I’ve tried to do ‘margin: auto’, but this hasn’t worked for me either.

    ..another thing the client wants, is for the menu items (li) to all have the same width, i.e., ‘Project Highlights’ being the longest item, all the other list items would be the same width.

    .. and last, but not least, within the submenu for ‘Services’ there is ‘construction management’ and ‘engineering support services’
    where would I go to adjust the widths of the submenu items to contain the entire length of the text on one line, rather than two as it is now.

    Any thoughts/ suggestions would be much appreciated!
    Thank you,


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