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    Alignment problem when zoomed

    I have designed a website, it have some issues regarding the screen size. It works perfectly on my screen, but have some alignment issue on a Net book. Please go through these images and please help me.

    On my screen
    original.jpg

    On a Net book..

    zoomed.jpg

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    the images do not really help without seeing the code itself. There is clearly a css issue.

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    looks like your secondary level nav menu DIV is probably using a fixed width ... so on the smaller screen it doesn't fit and gets pushed down below the div that holds the logo..

    seeing the code would probably confirm that...

    not a big deal if your secondary menu fits the space ( appears to ),,, I'd personally nest the logo and secondary nav menu inside a wrapper that would keep it from being pushed down, maybe use a % size for the font to give it a little more flexibility.


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