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    I am currently working on my webpage. I am making the template for my page in Photoshop but not sure what size I should make it. I will be putting it all together in frontpage.

    So what size should I make the template for traditional web viewing? 640x480, 800x600, 1024x768

    Thanks all!!

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    I usually create websites that can be viewed at 800x600 and above. Unless I'm making a very narrow site, I usually make the photoshop document 780 pixels wide. Sometimes the site ends up being a little narrower than that cause I don't use the whole canvas, but to avoid vertical scrolling on 800x600 resolutions, don't make the site wider than 780 pixels.

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    Originally posted by splufdaddy
    I usually create websites that can be viewed at 800x600 and above. Unless I'm making a very narrow site, I usually make the photoshop document 780 pixels wide. Sometimes the site ends up being a little narrower than that cause I don't use the whole canvas, but to avoid vertical scrolling on 800x600 resolutions, don't make the site wider than 780 pixels.
    I 100% agree with everything he said.
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    most people still use 800x600 so i think you optimise your site for that resolution.
    But make sure u test it on 1024x768 in both internet explorer and netscape before you upload.

    its better to be safe than sorry...

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    Nobody is using 640x480 screen to surf web now, or if there are, you can count the people by your fingers.
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