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    Im having a problem with a website ive created.

    My client is telling me that a few people in their office arent seeing the website correctly. Im told that its being stretched horizontally...im not seeing this problem and im unable to reproduce it. They are using IE8.

    Just wondering if anyone here is having issues with the website not rendering correctly.

    Here is the link.

    Suffolk Machinery Timber Wolf Bandsaw Blades

    Help in advance is appreciated.

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    you mean like this?
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    while($get_it !== true){ continue; }

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    its actually a resolution issue, its got a fixed width of 960...so obviously viewing in something like 800x600 will stretch it out.

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    800 is less then 960. i don't understand why you are using the word stretch. graphics don't "Stretch" unless you set their width and height relative to the window. <img width='auto' height='auto' or with percent ect... that is not the case so the graphic is not stretching. people will use the wrong words often with disregard to the fact that decisions will me made based on the literal translation of what they say. try not to take them so literal and just realize there is a general issue with differing screen sizes. having said that, the header bg should stay relative to the set width or browser. as it is now the header bg changes when i resize my window. if you have it set to a fixed width, i would say that should not be happening and is the only reproduced issue on this thread regarding your post.

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    backstretch script

    Hey joegti10,
    I to have had a few troubles with ie8 and ie7.
    You site has jquery to resize it maybe they have java turned off, although when i did that on firefox the image disappeared.
    The script is called jquery.backstretch.js and maybe it is doing this when not in compatabilty mode or the other....
    Getting backgrounds right is getting tougher with res of phone at 320px and new imacs 2560px. Thats a lot of extra pixels...
    I have been making my backgrounds 1920px enough for full HD and centering the image. My thinking is you will see the pic on most screens and even if you use a 2560 you will make you browser window smaller.
    Best of luck

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    As per my point of View This is Resolution Issue just set standard resolution for your website.


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