And set the content div to a width to 0, and then overlap the div with the images, so it looks like the images are together as one image? Someone said using float: right on the left image, and float: left on the right image, but that didn't work =/
That will center it horizontally and vertically and the text won't be displayed. Vertical centering is a little bit tricky. How it centers vertically is it moves the top of the box down 50% of the height of the window (position: absolute; top: 50%;). It then moves it up half the height of the box (margin: -100px;). The auto in the margin centers it horizontally.
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