londrum - 9:47 am on Aug 28, 2011 (gmt 0)
All too commonly, I see websites which have constricted containers resulting in broken-looking pages, I think it's terrible.
it's surprising how many *huge* sites have a fixed width to prevent this. look at bbc.co.uk. if you reduce your window even a fraction below 1024px then it starts cutting stuff off with the horiontal scrollbars. Yahoo is the same. the layout is totally fixed. what's happened to fluid layouts?