I hate to refer to myself as a noob with this sort of stuff, but compared to most on here I definitely am. I have searched through all the pages I could find and could not turn up anything that could help me with what I am trying to do. I love NextGEN, but am having difficulty adjusting it to my site due to ignorance on my behalf. Essentially, what I am trying to do is put galleries in all of my reviews using nextgen.
Now, I've tried to adjust the CSS as much as I can, but without being able to use any kind of '< center >' tag that works I'm just stumped on how I can keep a uniform look when people visit the site with different resolutions. I use 8 images for all galleries, and what I want is for them to all sit next to one another uniform. If the images have to break and wrap around on a new line, I would like for the second line to be centered. I'll post a few shops to show what I have and what I'm *wanting* to do.
Using this page as an example:
At my resolution of 1152x864, the page looks roughly like this
I would like to have it look something like this.
Or more preferred, like this. Now, I can produce this effect using simple 'padding' properties but when I change resolutions it isn't going to keep that same two column structure.
Anyone have any advice? Need me to post my css? Is there anything I can do to produce a similar effect? If so, can you give me any kind of clue so I can google it? Am I looking over some option that is right out in the open? Really just trying to perfect my review pages, and I hope this question isn't totally idiotic - though I'm sure it is.