How to set up a web page that looks great in screen resolution

Discussion in 'Resource & Recommendations' started by Carmem, May 8, 2008.

  1. Carmem

    Carmem

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    Hi,

    Anyboody knows how to build a web page that looks
    great in screen resolutions(1024x768) and (800x600)?

    Is it possible to use borders ? How?

    Thank you

    Carmem

    holobrain@gmail.com
     
  2. Mr Laughingbird

    Mr Laughingbird Staff Member

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    Hi Carmen.
    Thanks for the post.

    This is a tough question to answer in a post.

    I would recommend creating a site that will expand or contract depending on how big your monitor is.

    This forum for example.
    Shrink or enlarge the page. You'll notice that the "Cells" that contain the website's graphics will follow.

    Check out: HTML for Dummies ... or perhaps you can Google the phrase you've asked about above:

    "how to build a web page that looks great in screen resolutions(1024x768) and (800x600)?"

    try it! :)

    Marc
     
  3. Chris

    Chris Staff Member

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    You would want to look into using CSS to build a website that works in different screen resolutions. Research google for Fluid CSS layouts. That should get you going.
     

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