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 6:48 pm on Sep 7, 2004 (gmt 0)

Hi, I cannot, after trying for so long, get webpages to fit any resolution. I have read other topics on this on here and have tried to make it work - but I cant.... I have been using tables in Frontpage 2000, can somebody please help me....or point me in the direction of a step by step guide from scratch, thanks, Gemma.



 11:32 pm on Sep 7, 2004 (gmt 0)

Welcome to Webmaster World, Jobepage!

When you say you can't make it fit any resolution, do you mean it's too big or too small?


 6:22 am on Sep 8, 2004 (gmt 0)

What the intention was, was to make what I think you call a 'liquid' site. I think I've sort of managed to do it now, the next prob is.... when I try to type in the table(s) the side of the table just pushes out and keeps going when the text gets to it, even if I press enter to go down a row, it goes down two rows leave a big gap between lines of text which would obviously look silly - aaarrrrgggghhhh! (Thanks)


 5:56 pm on Sep 8, 2004 (gmt 0)

Use percentages not fixed widths in the tables. You may make the header 100% for example. But having a liquid design typically causes too much havoc on the page being built. If you have a high resolution you'll see things like paragraphs spread too wide unless they are graphics, but then you loose the keyword relevancy.

You may want to use a bit of both... use the header as 100%, then in the Body tag use topmargin=0 leftmargin=0 rightmargin=0 marginwidth=0 marginheight=0 to clear out the natural spacing... then use a fixed width for the body.

Good luck.

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