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Thread: Decreasing Page Size = Screws up whole site?

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    Decreasing Page Size = Screws up whole site?

    When starting a new website, is there something I can do to make sure that when I shrink the page size, it doesn't move all of my html elements all over the screen? I've tried setting the width and the minimum width and stuff but come up short. If someone could give me a basic example that would be greatly appreciated!

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    you are talking about making your website responsive - that is, making it show proportionately on differing screen sizes.
    It's a really big subject, but you can find a good tutorial here: Responsive Design: A Crash Course and Demo - DWUser.com Education Center
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    Just a quick tip that some people forget when first starting out.

    Set this in the head of your website if you havent already

    Code:
    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">

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