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-Web site designers FAQ

HTML: How To...

Quckly test sizing of pages by iSeriesCodePoet
Posted: 1 Jul 03

Problem

Many developers want to code their site to a size like 800x600, but they normally have their screen set to a much higher resolution.

Solution

Here is the quick answer. Here you can view your site in a window the sizes of 640x480, 800x600, and 1024x768. This doesn't take the place of actually testing it at that resolution, but for the main development part this should work. The page is attached bellow and can be found here: http://koldark.hopto.org/SizeBrowser.html

References

Recieved from Andrew Borts in the WEB400 mailing list on http://www.midrange.com.
http://koldark.hopto.org/twiki/bin/view/Programkb/HTLMPageSizing

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