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Trying to meet this deadline by today. I have made a website that is 800*600 and would like some sort of way or (code) that will make me fit the screen of any user that accesses the site? The user still has to have access to all browser buttons. Also by default my brower pops up on the left side, how do i center that?...

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    Default urgent!. how do you make your website fit screen

    Trying to meet this deadline by today. I have made a website that is 800*600 and would like some sort of way or (code) that will make me fit the screen of any user that accesses the site? The user still has to have access to all browser buttons. Also by default my brower pops up on the left side, how do i center that?


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    Default Re: urgent!. how do you make your website fit screen

    Ain't gonna happen. You gotta design it that way before the <html> tag gets
    written.

    Check the Flexible Table Tutorial at the DW FAQ link in my sig.

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    "notaplaya" <com> wrote in message
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    800*600 and would like some sort of way or (code) that will make me fit the
    screen of any user that accesses the site? The user still has to have
    access to all browser buttons. Also by default my brower pops up on the
    left side, how do i center that? 


    Murray Guest

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    Default Re: urgent!. how do you make your website fit screen

    you need to make the main tables cells and tables themselves that are
    controlling the layout in % not pixels.

    they can then stretch to fit.. however as murray says,, you need to make you
    design from scratch to make sure this 'feature' will work in it.

    James


    "Murray *TMM*" <com> wrote in message
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    Jamesy Guest

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    Default Re: urgent!. how do you make your website fit screen

    If your deadlines today, you're a little late to learn CSS. lol

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    "Jamesy" <co.uk> wrote in message
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    markinoregon Guest

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    markinoregon wrote:
     

    Not "lol" but "sol"
    Mick
     
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    mick_white Guest

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    On Wed, 06 Aug 2003 15:59:38 -0400, mick_white <com>
    wrote:
     

    Both?


    Gary
    Gary Guest

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