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    Cross Resolution Problem

    I have created a website and am still currently working on it. I have used an external CSS file and have designed the site to fit my screen resolution and browser. I went to my site at school and in order to see part of it you have to side scroll. How can i make my site appear the same on all resolutions? Thanks for your help. The page is at www.gamingnn.com/home.html

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    Yes, by setting widths in percentages using css (a la in the <style> element, in the head of your document: width: xx%, the columns of your page can expand and collapse, depending on viewport size.

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    Re: Cross Resolution Problem

    Originally posted by drumbum360
    I have created a website and am still currently working on it. I have used an external CSS file and have designed the site to fit my screen resolution and browser. I went to my site at school and in order to see part of it you have to side scroll. How can i make my site appear the same on all resolutions? Thanks for your help. The page is at www.gamingnn.com/home.html
    You need to set the width of the entire site. A good example of how this should look is on www.netwars.pl
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rogers
    Yes, by setting widths in percentages using css (a la in the <style> element, in the head of your document: width: xx%, the columns of your page can expand and collapse, depending on viewport size.
    I have the same problem as 'oh dang' had. Your solutions seems to very good, but I do not know in which page to put css-style and also how?
    Should be in the index.page or all the pages?
    Could you please..please help in this regard. I am really desparate about this problem.
    Thanks
    pushpa

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