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Does anyone know the pixel widths of the iPad and typical netbooks? I'm guessing about 800 px, but not sure how close that is?
The BBC missed the mark on that one. They're targeting 1024 and didn't allow enough compensation for vertical scrollbar width, etc. I end up with a horizontal scrollbar when browsing at my normal viewport dimensions of 955x500.
Oh, I thought they had it about right. I have a big screen at work but at home I still have 1024 x 768 and I often view it in a smaller window knowing that what is at far right I don't need, but sometimes I max the window and I don't get a horisontal scroll bar.
I wish there was a way of having a flexible site but limiting its max width,
why address the readability problem with a max-width in pixels, when a max-width in em would be mosre consistent across different browser settings.