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Old August 29th, 2005, 01:17 AM
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Default Need Help with Resizing...

needs serious help. I want to resize the page to be compatible with the browser of each user . I don't want people to have to scroll to the right to see the entire page. I design the web site and i consider first that it must be in the size of 800*600 but when i review the site in a small screen 800*600, it was horrible. in the larger screen it was good. please help me and guid me to the best solution. is there any software that can resize the page as (.html)?? . is there any solution that I have to do rather than redesign the website again?????

If that makes sense, please let me know.


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Old August 29th, 2005, 01:29 AM
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Avoid too big images and fixed widths and you are set.

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take a look in the website . the URL of the website is
http://www.squ.edu.om/sci/Centers/VR/index.htm

I appreciate any help from you ...

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OK, some thoughts.

First, get rid of width="795" in the table tag and ALL widths in the TDs. Look at the page now. It looks the same, right? But you can downsize the window more before you get a scrollbar.

Next, resize the images in a graphic editor and not with HTML. The page loads really slow because the images are in reality quite large. If you make the big one less wide the page will resize better too.

Hope that's a starting point anyway. :)



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