Hope that helps Quick reply: have you tried setting the clip property of the contained div to it's own size? Another workaround would be (if, say you have a container div with left/right margins auto and position: relative) to have the second div outside the fixed div in your HTML, then position it fixed within the container div instead - since it's also fixed, you can then set top/bottom and left/right positions to suit.
css three column divs - middle div fixed width - outer divs elastic
Hope this helps Could someone show me how to create three column divs with the middle div 1040px width and the left and right divs are elastic so they contract when the window is resized. this will center the middle div at all times. , You can center a fixed width div simply by adding this CSS:
margin: 0px auto;
How to align n number of fixed width elements (divs) inside a parent that stretches 100%
I wish did fix the issue. Have you tried adding an additional div to contain the two inner divs? Then you should be able to center align it with auto margin and set the text-align: center; as well. If the divs still stack, try display:inline.
To fix the issue you can do I have something like this (just piece of design) http://jsfiddle.net/eoL458o0/1/ and I need to place text in .content on the top, because anchor is not clickable now. #gradient is fixed, because of background image which is also fixed and #empty has absolute position, because I need to have covered whole body and it must be scrollable, there is dynamically set height with jQuery. , in your css, just add: