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Default menu items fall out of place when minimizing window

my cs file is this:
*{font-family:Arial, Sans-Serif;}
nav a{color:#fff;}
.MainMenu{border:1px solid #000000;width:75%;height:19px;background-color:black;padding-left:25%;}
.MainMenu ul li{width:180px;position:relative;z-index:9999;text-align:center; }
header a{width:100%;height:86px;display:block;}
footer{width:100%;clear:both;position:relative;bot tom:0px;text-align:center;font-size:0.7em;font-weight:bold;line-height:20px;color:grey;}
ul.level1 .selected{background-color:#000000;}
a.level1{padding-left:25px !important;}
a.level1:hover, a.level2:hover{background-color:white;color:black;}
.Attention{border:4px solid red;padding:10px 0;width:100px;margin:auto;display:block;text-align:center;}
.ItemContainer li{height:300px;width:200px;float:left;}
.ItemContainer li img{width:180px;margin:10px 20px 10px 0;}
.startLogin a{font-size:x-large;color:purple;}

When I am resizing the window the main menu items fall out of place!
check www.easatelier.com/homepage.aspx
if you want to understand what I mean.
All I want is the menu items to be in the middle of the page. When I minimize the page I still want the items to center in the middle of the page.

Please advice and thank you!
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Try setting a fixed width on your MainMenu.

Note that this will cause a scrollbar to appear when the window isn't large enough. This will also cause issues on mobile devices.


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