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Default TheBeerHouse layout breaks down while zooming

If you try to zoom in IE, the layout will break.
I can't find where should I change in order to support zooming.
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try to use % for setting the element dimensions.
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yes, i also thought about using percentages but this will require to remake complete layout.
The problematic part is the header.
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Which version of IE are you using?

I can zoom quite large in IE 8 with no problems on a 1650 x 1080 monitor.

Of course, if the viewport is small (say 1024 x 768), you will have problems with the menu crowding together at large zoom ratios.
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Yes, the problem with zooming with smaller display size.
 


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