Solved: How would you layout a Fluid gallery? That's centered when browser resize

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soaringxh3n

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Hi guys! I need some help!

My "Coming Soon" gallery isn't quite as organized as I like. :confused:

Most of my elements are width: 100% and all of them are great, except for my "Coming soon" gallery. When resized smaller the gallery shifts to the bottom and the space left makes the gallery look very unorganized.

How should I fix this? or how would you go about laying out this gallery?

Thanks so much for looking!
 
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I use a table layout for things like this. It provides a grid-work of cells that gives me positional control of both the grid and grid cell content.
 

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I use a table layout for things like this. It provides a grid-work of cells that gives me positional control of both the grid and grid cell content.
BUT tables are not suitable for a fluid layout nor are they the recommended way of laying out page styling. I suspect that if you are seeing problems in a particular browser (probably IE) you are falling foul of the CSS Box Model and probably need some tweaks to your CSS.
 

soaringxh3n

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Thanks guys! I've actually decided on a fixed-width layout for this small project because it's much more simple. Once I get more experience with media queries and fluid grids/layouts then I'll switch over.
 
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