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  1. #1
    Rae
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    Hi

    I'm a total novice at designing websites and this is my forst attempt.
    I've just created a site for a friend of mine's toddler playgroup using basic HTML www.messyplay.net
    Apparently the images run off the page and there's no scrollbar
    when she views it from her PC. Is there a way of dynamically
    resizing these images to fit different screen resolutions?

    Thanks in anticipation

    Rae

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    Ok i had a look at your code, your using frames, which is not really a good idea. and everything is images :dead: ! thats a no no in webdesign, Search engines will just ignore your site.
    I would advise you to try and use a table design, its not a big step but it will get you on your way to CSS layouts, and trust me, when u get to that you will wonder why you didn't just do that from the word go.

    Basically i think your error is in this code here
    Code:
    <frame src="info.html" noresize scrolling=no name="info">
    i think it should be like this

    Code:
    <frame src="info.html" name="info">
    Try that, and let me know what happens.

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    Rae
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    by the way, what would you suggest instead of imgs?

    thanks Gaz

    Tried what you suggested, but now there are scrollbars all over the site, which I was trying to avoid. I will try your tables suggestion though, thanks

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    Rae
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    by the way, what would you suggest using instead of imgs?

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    Well its ok to use images for images of coures, but try not to use text in images, use plain text.

    If you would like any help, then i would be happy to lend you a hand or two

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    Thanks!


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