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  1. #1
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    Hi - I'm just starting out in web design and I would like to know how to fit a large image to the browser window.

    I see it all the time in websites where a large image loads up on screen, much larger than the size of the browser it's being viewed in. Then when it completes it adjusts to the browser size and the mouse pointer acts as a magnifyer/demagnifyer.

    If anyone could tell me how this is done it would be very much appreciated.

    Many thanks.


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    You can try this - -

    But the magnifyer thing... that's just a IE or FF thing isn't it?
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    Yeah Karrine i've only seen it done in IE and Firefox and thats just basic CSS to resize or Javascript.

    And also why would you want it to resize as you could just have it as big as the browser first hand it would look so much better that way.

    - Dan

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