I am not a web designer and dont pretend/intend to be but I have been tasked with creating a site for the company I work for. The current site is 12000 pages in total and being an innovative but lazy I have figured out a way to get it down to just 4 pages (yes four) and the rest can be done using PDFs as the majority of the site is promoting our publications. Anyhoo... I have been specifically asked to make the site auto centre in the browser window, and after a while of faffing around in DWCS4 I have figured out how to do it. The only problem is I have a jumpmenu that is backbone of the site and it only seems to do what I want it to do when it is set to an absolute position. However if I then set the body/container to float centrally the jumpmenu remains where it has been told to and effectively slides around the page when the browser window is resized. How can I make the jumpmenu move around in relation to the rest of the site. I'm guessing using the 'relative' position would be the most obvious choice but the jumpmenu then shoots of the page and seem to do what it wants. I have attached the html file (and images) so you can see what I mean. I know the site is not constructed the best way but its the only way I know. Any help would be appreciated.