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    Exclamation Problem with displaying web page in high resolution

    First hello to all & many warm greetings from sunny Split, Croatia

    Well, as I'm so new & fresh in web developing I'm desperately begging for HELP!!!
    I have this site for administrating http://zin-zadar.net/ and the problem is that all works just fine until resolution get higher then 1600 x 900.
    Then whole page become very ugly. All elements become displaced.

    Please can someone help me to fix this problem?

    Tnx in advance,
    Frane aka. Vitriol

    PS
    I hope that I ask this question in correct place.

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    I'm so, so sorry for doubling post...

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    Your #content div is moving up to the right of your #header, when there's room. So make your #header a width of 100% so it fills the page. Then you might also have to move that little h3 title down into your #content so that it stays put at the fixed width of #content.

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    WOW!! Many tnx tracknut but...how to implement this advice? Directly in CSS or in HTML?
    Sorry for I'm so pain in the a*s....

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    Ups...sorry...there is no "edit" button. I have done what you adviced but still on 1900 px resolution...same problem

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    Change this:
    Code:
    #head {
        float: left;
        height: 230px;
        width: 850px;
    }
    to this:
    Code:
    #head {
        float: left;
        height: 230px;
        width: 100%;
    }
    in stylesheet.css

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    Yeaaaaah!!! tnx a lot tracknut!!!!
    I can't find word & way to thank you...you so great!!!!
    Many, many tnx...you just save my ass

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    ...damn h3... LOL playing with my nervs...but, I'll find some solution. I'm ashamed with how small my knowledge is

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