If the buttons are images, you can't really resize them. (disclaimer: I> Hi all...
> This might sound like a silly question to all experienced users of DW, but
> Im trying to build a new site that, if viewed on different screen
> resolutions, will always fill 80 percent of the screen. using simple tables
> to set the page out, and setting the table to 80 percent, rather than a
> fixed pixel sized, doing this, my page does indeed resize according to
> differing resolutions....BUT...
> I have a 1 row, 8 cell table containing my buttons, nav bar if you
> like....made to be same size as the page content table...now, on 800 x 600
> resolution, the button bar just looks perfect, all in order, same size as
> the page.
> ....but....when I got 1024 x768 resolution, the nav bar looks pathetically
> smaller than the now expanded page layout, is there a way to make the
> button images resize too??
think there are ways in e.g. Flash to do this....)
However, I don't think you should worry at all. People are used to their
preferred screen resolution and the size of e.g. buttons. If you're
using 800 x 600 on a daily basis, and switch to 1024 x 768 to see the
effect, I think that's what's happening.
Example: I'm on 1280 x 1024 and my brother on 800 x 600. When he's using
my compute, he compains that everything is so tiny. When I'm using
his, I think everything looks ridiculously large, like stuff on a toy
for 2 years old kids.
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