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  1. #1
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    What is the javascript so a page automatically resizes itself, no blank borders?
    My site is 800 by 600 pix, so it looks
    strange on larger resolutions, even when
    I lowered the resolution?

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    what do you mean?
    do you want your tables to resize? or stretch? etc.

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    <table width="100%">

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    I guess I don't have a choice.
    When someone has a larger resolution, then what I created
    the page at 600 by 800, there will always be blank borders
    on either side of the page. The website looks similar to
    the page we are looking at now. As long as it is centered,
    I don't think it is bad.
    I think I was trying to ask about how to get the page to fill
    the monitor more, it runs a little short in length in larger
    monitors.
    Thanx,
    juice


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