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    I made a web page in frontpage 2002 with a resolution size of 1024
    but when looked at in 800 pixels its looks different logos all over the place lines not lining up. I know theirs a way to make it fit for both resolutions, how do i go about doing this? is their a settign in frontpage or html coding that can resize to fit the window

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    have you got the page for us to look at?
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    heres the page

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    it looks fine to me and i am running 800x600, however it doesn't have any of the images, is it on the web?
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    Problem is if its looked at in different resolution

    What if someone has a different resolution... like 1024 becuse people are viewing in different sizes. how can i make it look the same in different resolutions?

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    This is my main file that shows up bad in 1024 res

    this is my index file thats shone up wrong in res 1024.... is their html coding to solve this, and to make it look like 800 res... i need some help please? thanks

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    this is the file attachemnt to the last message

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    Pete, you can size your tables (and their cells) in percentages rather than pixels. This will make them scale to fit the width of any browser. Front Page has an option to allow you to use percentages instead of pixels. Look in your table properties dialog.

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    What transio said (as usual) and what I'd like to add to it is not to set the sum total of your percentages larger than 100% per table. Anything beyond that will cause your page to be too wide and thus, create a scrollbar.

    With a setup like this though, it's also best to do it from scratch, one table at a time. Get your top laid out, see if you like how it looks, then move on to your middle, and your bottom. This way, if you screw up somewhere in your code, you're a lot more likely to isolate the exact source of the problem.
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    it looks fine in 800x600 and 1024x768! nothing changes when i adjust the resolution. (mac OSX 10.2 with Safari)
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