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resizing web for client browser settings

resizing web for client browser settings

resizing web for client browser settings

(OP)
hello again,

i am working within, MSIE - Front Page, updating web pages that were authored in 640 x 480. i need someone to script, tag, gode for me whatever the appropriate coding is to accomplish this task. The result i am looking for is automatic resizing of browser at client display without client input, NOT visible options on home page asking client to select viewing preference.
thank you for your support.

RE: resizing web for client browser settings

have you seen this done anywheres else?

RE: resizing web for client browser settings

(OP)
yes, you can cross-reference a tutorial on the subject, by looking up an article from Hans Hugli........

RE: resizing web for client browser settings

my question is where is the web page that will automatically resize my browser?

RE: resizing web for client browser settings

(OP)
there is no such thing. my question was for the HTML script for resizing the web to automatically find a users viewing resolution and adapt the page without user input.

RE: resizing web for client browser settings

There is no such thing has resizing web browser....unless of course you use tables and stuff you will have to use
percentage not 100 for example instead of width=200 for a table I would say 80% or 100%...

Jerry

RE: resizing web for client browser settings

No! Never use 100%! Use 90% or even 99% but never 100%. Netscape does really odd things with tables that are coded as 100%. Or is it IE? I don't recall, but NEVER EVER use Table Width="100%"!

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