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I'm afraid that you don't have enough information to let you know what to do (Is the site built using tables or css for example?).
If you are using tables then set the outter most table a width:
If you're using CSS then set the width in the outter container.
If the images are background images then there should be an option to set them to no-repeat.
for a start, you can set body width like this:
i would suggest using something more like 1008px or less so that if the content is long enough to require a vertical scrollbar it doesn't also introduce a horizontal scrollbar.
(statement assuming 1024px wide laptop display for example)
I was really wishing to know whether it was possible to build in intelligence that would detect the resolution of the browser used and re-size appropriately - but this is probably beyond my skills at present.