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html code needed

html code needed

html code needed

i am looking for the proper html code for the modifaction of a web, to upon opening, check for screen resolution size and automatically adjust to user resolutions. the web was authored in Microsoft Front Page ver. on 640 x 480, but there are multiple users with multiple resolutions. i need the proper code and string for html, NOT JAVA.

RE: html code needed

Funny I should come across this in the Webmonkey newsletter today:


Designing for Different Resolutions

Until the entire world wises up and buys the exact same computer and monitor, you're going to have to worry about resolution. Sure, your design looks sharp at a resolution of 800 by 600 pixels, but what about those visitors who have 640 by 480? You don't want them to miss that ad tucked away on the right side of the screen, right? Michael explains what the deal is with resolution and the best way to make everyone happy, which, gosh darn it, is all we want to do.


Hope this helps.

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