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We set the parent div to display as a table and the child div to display as a table-cell. We can then use vertical-align on the child div and set it’s value to middle. Anything inside this child div will be vertically centered.

Unlike the method above the content can be dynamic as the div will grow with what’s placed inside. The downside of this method is it doesn’t work in older versions of IE, though there is a fix, which is to add display: inline-block to the child element.

We set the parent div to display as a table and the child div to display as a table-cell. We can then use vertical-align on the child div and set it’s value to middle. Anything inside this child div will be vertically centered.

Unlike the method above the content can be dynamic as the div will grow with what’s placed inside. The downside of this method is it doesn’t work in older versions of IE, though there is a fix, which is to add display: inline-block to the child element.

Unlike the method above the content can be dynamic as the div will grow with what’s placed inside. The downside of this method is it doesn’t work in older versions of IE, though there is a fix, which is to add display: inline-block to the child element.

We set the parent div to display as a table and the child div to display as a table-cell. We can then use vertical-align on the child div and set it’s value to middle. Anything inside this child div will be vertically centered.

Unlike the method above the content can be dynamic as the div will grow with what’s placed inside. The downside of this method is it doesn’t work in older versions of IE, though there is a fix, which is to add display: inline-block to the child element.

Unlike the method above the content can be dynamic as the div will grow with what’s placed inside. The downside of this method is it doesn’t work in older versions of IE, though there is a fix, which is to add display: inline-block to the child element.

We set the parent div to display as a table and the child div to display as a table-cell. We can then use vertical-align on the child div and set it’s value to middle. Anything inside this child div will be vertically centered.

Unlike the method above the content can be dynamic as the div will grow with what’s placed inside. The downside of this method is it doesn’t work in older versions of IE, though there is a fix, which is to add display: inline-block to the child element.

 

Unlike the method above the content can be dynamic as the div will grow with what’s placed inside. The downside of this method is it doesn’t work in older versions of IE, though there is a fix, which is to add display: inline-block to the child element.

We set the parent div to display as a table and the child div to display as a table-cell. We can then use vertical-align on the child div and set it’s value to middle. Anything inside this child div will be vertically centered.

Unlike the method above the content can be dynamic as the div will grow with what’s placed inside. The downside of this method is it doesn’t work in older versions of IE, though there is a fix, which is to add display: inline-block to the child element.

 

Unlike the method above the content can be dynamic as the div will grow with what’s placed inside. The downside of this method is it doesn’t work in older versions of IE, though there is a fix, which is to add display: inline-block to the child element.

We set the parent div to display as a table and the child div to display as a table-cell. We can then use vertical-align on the child div and set it’s value to middle. Anything inside this child div will be vertically centered.

Unlike the method above the content can be dynamic as the div will grow with what’s placed inside. The downside of this method is it doesn’t work in older versions of IE, though there is a fix, which is to add display: inline-block to the child element.

 

Unlike the method above the content can be dynamic as the div will grow with what’s placed inside. The downside of this method is it doesn’t work in older versions of IE, though there is a fix, which is to add display: inline-block to the child element.

We set the parent div to display as a table and the child div to display as a table-cell. We can then use vertical-align on the child div and set it’s value to middle. Anything inside this child div will be vertically centered.

Unlike the method above the content can be dynamic as the div will grow with what’s placed inside. The downside of this method is it doesn’t work in older versions of IE, though there is a fix, which is to add display: inline-block to the child element.