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centering a web page - in Quark - boo to 9.5

Posted: 19 Mar 2013, 21:11
by AndAnAs
I know. I checked. The situation isn't corrected. It is impossible to center a content. (((

centering a web page - in Quark - boo to 9.5

Posted: 19 Mar 2013, 22:43
by For You
There is already a solution provided by Quark for this issue. Visit the below link:https://quark.parature.com/ics/support/ ... docID=3348

centering a web page - in Quark - boo to 9.5

Posted: 19 Mar 2013, 23:04
by Ian Ridpath
But the solution you mention above stopped working in 9.5. The question was: have they fixed it in 9.5.1?I do wish Quark would give us a better web module.

centering a web page - in Quark - boo to 9.5

Posted: 20 Mar 2013, 04:32
by AndAnAs
For You, this solution is don't work too. ((

centering a web page - in Quark - boo to 9.5

Posted: 20 Mar 2013, 06:27
by For You
I have checked it in QuarkXPress 9.5.1 and the solution, as KB article works fine. Kindly go through the KB article. If it does not work afterwards, can you send me the original and updated HTML file?

centering a web page - in Quark - boo to 9.5

Posted: 20 Mar 2013, 06:32
by Ian Ridpath
Thank you for the information. Anyone else able to confirm? I'm not going to upgrade to 9.5.1 until I know for sure it is fixed. I already had to downgrade to 9.3 once before because of this issue and I don't fancy going through the same rigmarole again. And I _still_ wish Quark would give us a better web module...

centering a web page - in Quark - boo to 9.5

Posted: 20 Mar 2013, 13:31
by richi.v
excuse me where is the link that shows the focus error correction web pages. thanks

centering a web page - in Quark - boo to 9.5

Posted: 07 Apr 2013, 19:54
by jfirst
What is the KB article?? I upgraded to 9.5 & found that the pages that previously centred (when created in 9.3 with 1 pixel boxes down each edge), didn't work in 9.5. After a lot of mucking around, I was able to "back grade" to 9.3. I will not upgrade to 9.5 until I am assured that I can create web pages that centre in 9.5. So, what does this KB article provide & does it work?