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  1. #1
    Junior Member
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    Feb 2006
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    Hi there,
    I am going to design my company's site using Adobe Photoshop CS and Frontpage 2003. This will be my first time doing a website so I have lots to learn.
    First things first, regarding pixel size, layout...
    1) What pixel size do I want to create the graphic portion of my website? 600x800?
    2) Is there a way to ensure the website stretches/condenses depending on the screen resolution of the user i.e. 600x800 vs 1024x768 --- Is this called "flexible layout"
    3) Using Frontpage, How can I center my webpage in the browser. So that if it is 600x800 I can have perfectly center in the screen regardless of user screen resolution.
    Any advice, link would be helpful! Thank you kindly!

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  3. #2
    Senior Member
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    May 2003
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    UK
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    Hey.

    1) - Where is this graphic going? Is it a header/banner type image?

    2) These are called liquid layouts, and you give the element a percentage width, such as 75%, which will take 75% of it's parents width.. Look at code snippet
    HTML Code:
    <div style="width: 50%;">
           <div style="width: 75%;">
                Hi, I am not 75% wide, but rather 75% of 50%, in effect, 25% wide.
           </div>
    </div>
    3) It depends, a table design or div? Each have different ways associated with themselves, as I am not familar with Frontpage, I cannot really say, there may be a "Center" button or the like.. whether or not this is valid code, is another matter.

    Hope this helps.


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