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    I am still redeveloping the front page and menu system for my site and I am trying to work out if I should go fixed or dynamic for sizing. Do I have horizontal and vertical both dynamic, only vertical or what? I know that depending on the application of the site it can change to suit but I am really stuck. I am striving to give every vistor a site that takes up most of their screen real estate without looking messy. From what I can tell visitors are mostly at 1024 but there are some 1280 and some 800.

    http://www.kisstroyer.com/test/index3.html is the demo that I have done at the moment, both vert. and hor. are fixed.

    Oh mighty web masters please share thy thoughts!

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    800*600 - i have a horizontal scrollbar in IE!!!! - your content table is just a few pixels (maybe 10) too wide for non horizontal scrolling & 800*600
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    Here is a little tutorial on the subject...

    http://www.webdesignforums.net/thread7769.html
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