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Help with keeping logo centered


#1

Hello, I’ve reviewed tutorials on positioning but can’t seem to figure out how to accomplish what I want to do. I have a logo at the top of my page centered inside a div. To the left of the logo I have a javascript embed (which does not affect the centering of the logo). To the left of the logo, I have a small banner ad, but the problem is by adding this banner ad, my logo is now pushed farther to the right and is off-center. I want to be able to keep the banner ad to the far left while keeping my logo dead center. Is there a way to do this? Thanks. Here is my read-only link https://preview.webflow.com/preview/leeannes-top-notch-project?preview=3261bf6f5f0718deddab2fca731d2b4e

P.S. Sorry for the duplicate post – UPDATE: I think I resolved it by creating columns


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#2

Hey @Leeanne67

Columns are one way to solve it, just like you did. The other way would be using flexbox if you want to give it a try. The flex parent would be set to horizontal and centered. The set three divs as children and set them to stretch. You can also set the children to display:flex and use that to center, left, or right justify the content inside. Let me know if you have any further questions


#3

Thank you so much Matthew! Great idea, never thought of that