Layout: Web site resolutionstarted by Antonio Prado on Sep 24, 2007 — RSS Feed
I wonder if there is a software program that will work like a copier, in which you will place a web page and the software will automatically reduce it to 75% size (layout) and in this way when someone goes to your web site with a script I can determine which monitor resolution they have, if they have 800x600 then it will display the reduce size, if not the normal size.
Its called CSS or Cascading Style Sheets.
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Why do you need software when you can specify sizes as percentages in CSS..?
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Well it's not just CSS, it is a simple fluid site.
If you want to still build a table-based site like that awful program Dreamweaver likes to do by deault, then you can set percentage width on that too.
I think it can be done if you give all sizes in %, as you gave whole body width 100%, By this no matters in which resolution user open your site, The site will cover whole monitor width. Its good when you use Tabular code.
What that will do is provide you with the same general formatting (like borders, padding, etc. for the various pieces of HTML code. After that, simply use HTML DIVs and CSS to format/position the items as necessary, trying to avoid the "position: absolute;" property for the DIV or anything in it.
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