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Thread: coding help?

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    Is there a code I could use that will allow my site to change size for different users, some users use 1024x786 and others use 800x600. Also when I look at the site with my computer everything is fine, but on other computers I 've seen my site and the buttons are moved down to far and some of the tables are not where their suppose to be. The computer i have has a 19 inch monitor and the ones that i looked at my site were 17 inch, could that be the problem. Any advice would help.

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    Senior Member Stylise's Avatar
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    In javascript you can use:

    screen.height and also screen.width will give you the height and the width of the users resolution.

    I've never used it cause I rather just design for one resolution, usually 800x600.

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    also heres the website that im talking about: www.gsrbowling.com

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    You can use percentages rather than set pixel widths and heights, this way your design will be liquid, in that it will be x% of the users screen.

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    I would really suggest liquid design and then use a script to limit the max and min sizes...
    Thee Pyro Wolf


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