How to center the website and and float list inside left sidebar to the right

Hi guys,

I did not code for three years and html isn't my thing and when I come back it's kind of I have to start over. So bear with me if I ask stupid questions or too much.

What I'm trying to achieve is to center the whole web site and move the list on the left sidebar to the right side. The result is as ugly as the attached image.

Here's what I'm attempting so far:

 <!doctype html> <html><head>     <title>mysite</title>       <meta charset="utf-8" />     <link rel="canonical"...
Code (markup):

How to center the website and and float list inside left sidebar to the right

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In the application, we have:

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We have an issue with real estate when the 3 columns are open.

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Hello Folks ..

Here i m looking for Blog Post / Sidebar link for casino site

Requirement :

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  • Domain Authority 30 to 40 +

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