My Website has resolution compatibility issue. Please suggest me what to do.?
Whenever i try to open my web page on high resolution, it display long horizontal scroll bar and i have to scroll every time to view web page, which is very disappointing. Please suggest me how to fix it.
Sounds like you've set your main container (html, body, div, etc) with a pixel value.
Either lower the overall pixel value or change to percentage.
Hard to say with no code.
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I've change width size pixel to %. Now it's running fine and i'm able to open in any resolution.
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