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rafifaisal
Hi people,
I have made my site for users with a resolution of 1400 x 1050
Now I have discovered that most users have a resolution of 1024 x 768
Is there a way to change my site easily for these users ? ? ?
I use dreamweaver to make my site.
jasperlevink
I think a link to your site or a description of how your site is built up (frames, tables, pure CSS) etc. would be appropriate.
Grtz.
rafifaisal
Hi Jasper,
There is a major big link below my posts Laughing
You didnt see it i think.
No Prob...
Here you have the link www.crescentcc.tk
{name here}
Rather than using pixels to define how long your divs/tables are and how much they go left, use percents. That allows for any resolution to display your site fine.
Scorpio
{name here} wrote:
Rather than using pixels to define how long your divs/tables are and how much they go left, use percents. That allows for any resolution to display your site fine.


That is right.

% will also adjust the windows accordingly in adjusting the tables view even when window size is reduced
riv
But, if you use percents, the image would need to be streched approperately to fit the new widths. Unless you would want a part of the title to be cut off when viewed in 1024x768.
photographerguy
I usually set a width in pixels (under 1024, or under 800 if you don't want to exclude anybody). Then you can simply <center> </center> it or set auto for right and left margins using CSS. Some people still use 800x600 resolution.
engeland
best thing to do would be to keep the width below 800px. That's the easiest way!
riv
photographerguy wrote:
I usually set a width in pixels (under 1024, or under 800 if you don't want to exclude anybody). Then you can simply <center> </center> it or set auto for right and left margins using CSS. Some people still use 800x600 resolution.

Arrrrugh! Please do not suggest using <center>! We are in the era of CSS.

By the way, if you do not know how to use auto margins, rafifaisal, here's an example:
Code:

#container {
   width: 800px;
   margin: 0 auto;
}
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