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    different resolutions

    ok, so im getting a bit frustrated here cause i want my site to look good at different resolutions and it seems impossible. the only thing i came up with was for the site to open in a pop up so thats its always proportionate, but i dont like pop up sites. is there anyway to have that same effect, but on the original window?

    thanks

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    Use liquid layout that adjusts to the browser window. Simple as that.
    Vladdy

    Working web site is not the one that looks the same in a few graphical browsers, but the one that adequately delivers its content to any device accessing it.

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    whats liquid layout?

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    Instead of using say ... 800 pixels to size the page, and the user had a 1200 pixel width screen it would only fill 800 pixels of it.
    Use percent instead. This way 100% will fill the screen 100%, regardless of the screen size.

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    i've tried that, but that just cuts off half of my flash toolbar when the resolution is less.

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    Why don't you post the address of the site so we can see the code.

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    what i've done for now is put it in a pop up window as i work on it, but i hope to find a better solution.

    the address is www.queinrecords.com/start.html

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