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I need some help, my content seems to be in place how ever when is zoom in/out it moves out of place tried all these css trick position, wrap and width fix didnt work.

 

body {
    background: #1d0202 url("images/header_body.jpg") no-repeat    
    top center;
margin:0 auto;
padding:0;
font:13px/16px "Lucida Grande", Arial, Sans-serif;
color:#fff;
}

.wrap {
width: 750px;
}
.row {  width: 200px;
margin: 0 auto;

}
#container {
//margin:0 auto;
position: absolute;
       top: 30%;
       left:30%;
       width: 800px;
       margin-left: auto ;
       margin-right: auto ;

}

 

<body> 


        <div id="container" class="wrap"> 
<table width='100%' border='0' align='center' cellspacing='0'>


        <form action="authenticate.php" class="gen-form" method="post">
        <input class="text-input" id="username" name="username" tabindex="1" type="text" onclick="this.value='';" onfocus="this.select()" onblur="this.value=!this.value?'Username...':this.value;" value="Username..." />


<input class="text-input" id="password" name="password" tabindex="1" type="password" onclick="this.value='';" onfocus="this.select()" onblur="this.value=!this.value?'Password...':this.value;" value="Password..." />

<input type="submit" class="button" value="" tabindex="3">

       </form>










    <div class="content_body">

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    </div>





<div class="register_button_padding">

 <input type="submit" class="register_button" value="" tabindex="3">

</div>

          </div>	

</body>
</html>
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Well, it depends on what you want to position, and where.

For centering an element horizontally, you can use:

elm {
   left: 0;right: 0;
   margin: 0 auto
   /** positioning could be set, depending on your needs **/
}

 

For centering an element horizontally and vertically:

In most browsers(if not all) the user-agent stylesheet applies some margins to the body and some elements on the document.

This will need to be reset on both elements you would like to use, e.g.: define it's margin on body.

 

body {
   margin: 0
}

elm {
   width: 200px;
   height: 200px;

   position: absolute;
   top: 0;left: 0;
   right: 0;bottom: 0;
   margin auto;

   /** also take into account borders and padding **/

   z-index: 1
}

 

To position an element left or right, without escaping the relativity of it's parent, you could use float.

 

elm {
      float: left

   /** or **/

   float: right
}
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