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  • Go into the theme css (under Appearance > Editor > style.css) and search for #logo.

    Then, take the following steps:
    1. Remove the line that says float: left;
    2. Add a new line that says margin: 0px auto;
    3. Add another new line that says width: 678px;

    You should end up with the following:

    #logo {
    margin: 0px auto;
    width: 678px;

    Let me know if that works for you.

    No luck. Tried doing as you said, but it does not help

    hmmm works for me when I preview the changes in my browser. Can you confirm that you edited the style.css file for the portfolio press theme?

    Since I’m unable to look at what you changed, please confirm that you entered the code exactly as above.

    #logo {
    	margin: 0px auto;
    	width: 678px;

    it looks like the above. doesn’t seem to work.
    yes, the portofolio press theme.

    add a new line below width that says display: block;

    No luck with that either :s

    Thanks for the help by the way

    it works for me in Google Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer…it looks like you accidentally changed the width from 678px to 68px so now it’s aligning to the far right.

    Was just checking if it would make a difference. I set it back to 678 and now see that it works on Chrome. I still have the same problem with Internet Explorer. Any idea how/why it may be so ?

    It looks fine on IE7 & IE8, unfortunately I don’t have vista or Windows 7 on the computer I’m on at the moment so I can’t test it in IE9. Is that what version you’re using?

    To answer “why”…Internet Explorer as a browser is horrible. =)

    Haha !
    that is right. i am using the IE9. find it strange that it doesnt work.
    wonder if there is a solution to this.

    try adding a new line that says text-align: center;

    that did not work for some reason.

    I wish I had my other computer with me right now. I know I’ve dealt with this issue before and was able to resolve it. Kind of difficult when I don’t have IE9 to test with at the moment.

    Try Googling “IE9 center div issue” and you should find a ton of stuff! I’ll try and come back tomorrow when I have my Vista machine available to see if you got it figured out.

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