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    question:

    is there any type of script to change a user's resolution? the reason i ask is my site is designed around 1024x768. so 800x600 users don't get to see the whole thing. or is there a way to make my site universal in size?

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    design it with a maximum width of 769 pixels or less, or make the layout liquid. (ie with percentages)
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    http://www.webdesignforums.net/thread7769.html

    and justliveya life, I think it is 780 pixels.
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    ok - near enough - like ur spelling of my handle btw lol
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    LOL
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    to answer the question, no only the user has control over the system resolution.
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