How do I put a "script" into a table or at least centre-justify it?


stress8
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2012-07-09 1:55 pm EST

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My query is in relation to the Site Builder. I've searched for help on this topic, but can't find it.

My problem is this:

I want to use a "Script" on one of my website pages. I would like to embed it in a Table so I can edit things around it. (Specifically it is a link to the Amazon Associates Program)

Unfortunately it takes up whole lines and left-justifies. This looks, well, not so good.

Is there any way to get a "Script" into a table, or at the very least centre-justify it?

Thanks

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Scott
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2012-07-09 2:14 pm EST
Hello stress8,

You can surround your script if it is outside a table with <center> and </center> tags. Be sure to place your data in between them. This helps center the data on the page.

If you are wanting to use a table, you can certainly do so. Click on the table icon to place a table. You will see the table properties popup. You can then select the Center alignment and set the height and width to properly place it on your work area. Use the same center tags within the script to help center the data within the table field itself.

I hope this answers your question. If you have any more questions or information specific to the issue please leave a comment below so we can further assist you.

Best Regards,
Scott M

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Scott
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2012-07-09 2:40 pm EST
Hello stress8,

You can surround your script if it is outside a table with <center> and </center> tags. Be sure to place your data in between them. This helps center the data on the page.

If you are wanting to use a table, you can certainly do so. Click on the table icon to place a table. You will see the table properties popup. You can then select the Center alignment and set the height and width to properly place it on your work area. Use the same center tags within the script to help center the data within the table field itself.

I hope this answers your question. If you have any more questions or information specific to the issue please leave a comment below so we can further assist you.

Best Regards,
Scott M

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