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    Resolution Conflicts

    Hello everyone!

    I'm having this problem with making a website right now. My resolution is at 1280x1024, not a normal resolution. The problem I have with websites is that the webpage is too large for other people to view and they have to scroll side to side. Is there a way I could do like a "snap to resolution" and have the whole page condense and conform to each unique user's resolution?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Resolution Conflicts

    Use percentages, not pixels, to set the width of elements on your page. The display will automatically adjust to whatever browser resolution it's being viewed on.
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    Re: Resolution Conflicts

    Do I just set all the tables to height="100%" and width="100%" or what? How do I make it encompass a certain groupt of rows and cells?

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    Re: Resolution Conflicts

    I generally use CSS to specify a percentage width. You shouldn't have to specify a percentage on height.

    You might want to post some code so we can make specific suggestions.
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    Re: Resolution Conflicts

    The project I was working on was for a school class, had to be done all in Notepad and is due tomorrow.

    I'm starting a new webpage though to solidify the HTML I learned though and will definately return here for help. Thanks a ton for the quick responses.



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