I am starting to see why @TheDoc said I was getting ahead of myself. I want to center main-column, here. One would assume that you would simply do this:
margin-left: auto ;
margin-right: auto ;
But no, that is apparently not going to work in this situation. There is a parent div called page-wrap and it is centering everything in the header just nicely. I have page-wrap closing after the closing body tag. Does this have anything to do with it? Thank you in advance. I need to get the front page looking like it did, but this time I must use the new Starkers v4.0 nude theme. So, a quick fix is in need. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Sidenote: Also, why are my styles for my footer not working?
Thanks. I put page-wrap right after the opening body tag and I closed it right before the closing body tag. I also removed the float: left and it centered everything. Well, everything except the footer, which I still can not figure why it isn’t behaving the way it did on my previous theme. Any thoughts?
I figured it out for once. In switching between Chris Coyier’s blank theme from Digging into WordPress to Starkers v4.0 nude theme, I forgot to place two divs in the footer using the styles I had already set up in my stylesheet. Okay! Done! Thanks, @ChrisP.
Edit: Thanks, @imprintedimaging. Yep, that is exactly what was wrong. I didn’t see your comment until just now.
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