The standard most professionals use is for 800x600. Toolbars are typically
not worried about. Yes, there are ways to detect resolution, that involves
programming and thus is out of the scope of this MS Publisher forum. You'd
need to research that according to the programming technology you would use.
You can learn more about resolutions and Publisher at my site as well as
general web design how to's.
David Bartosik - Microsoft MVP
for Publisher and Web Design
Tips and How-to's.
"Jean-Marc Rousset" <_NOSPAM_labomure.jmwanadoo.fr> wrote in message
news:uW1z37WuDHA.2248TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl...Or> Hi all,
> We are in the process of developing a web site and are not sure about what
> screen size & resolution to use. Any suggestions?
> Is it safe to assume that *most* people have 15" screens in 800 x 600 ?> 1024 x 768 ?
> Also, how do you handle the browser's toolbars at the top, knowing it may
> take some screen space ?
> Can you detect the user's resolution?
> Thanks for all suggestions,