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    Senior Member aeroweb99's Avatar
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    Those two sites look the same there honey! recipegirl is 984, diy is 980. If your seeing something different, that's really strange.

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    The largest you should go is 1001 pixels wide, for a 1024-width screen. (Don't bother designing for 800x600 any more.)
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    there seems to be some text hidden in your artical header
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    Thee Pyro Wolf

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    to clarify if i may......
    a dynamic layout with CSS is most commonly done with
    { position: relative; }
    this will cause the elements within the page to adjust proportionally , you can see this when you resize your browser window.
    if any elements are { position: absolute; } you will need to place them inside the { position: relative; } <div> so they flow with respect to a dynamic layout.

    while($get_it !== true){ continue; }

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    I would also suggest what dorky is explaining

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    I agree with dorky..I have faced this situation in the past . I tried the same soltion provided by Dorky. It worked for me. Hopefully it will work for you but if for some it doesn't, let me know, I have an alternate solution

    Murs

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    if you've got your text specified in pixels or an absolute height, then it will appear larger on a smaller screen size, so perhaps a percentage size of text is better, to allow for different sized resolutions.


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