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I need to create a HTML webpage with a table, td, div, any kind of this, fixed and centered (vertical and horizontal) of that size: 1010px of width and 565px of height.

Is there a way to do that without using frames or iframes and that the table, div or anything has a width and height no auto-sizable?


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There is certainly a way with CSS, but this question could get better answers at webmasters.stackexchange.com. – weeheavy Oct 25 '10 at 14:50
I'd rather say this belongs to www.stackoverflow.com – Jurik Mar 7 at 16:38
Questions about how to program something in HTML are more appropriate for stackoverflow.com – Stephen Ostermiller Mar 7 at 19:12

To center a div both vertically and horizontally can be done a number of ways. A non-confusing one was given on stackoverflow a few days ago by Marko here and here is a working example (also including in the stackoverflow answer).

As suggested in the answer, if you do not want the div to scroll with the page then you can set

position: fixed


You can center a DIV horizontally and vertically with the following HTML and CSS code:


 .div-centered {
  position: absolute;
  margin: auto;
  top: 0;
  right: 0;
  bottom: 0;
  left: 0;
  width: 100px;
  height: 100px;
  background-color: green;


<div class="div-centered"></div>

You can place more content or other divs properly inside "div-centered".

Note: There are always more ways of achieving the same result through CSS.