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Webpage Adjust To Resolution To Monitor Auto
Posted 16 March 2006 - 10:34 AM
Exactly like Newegg.com.
I view their page on a 1024 resolution, and I have another monitor that has 1280x1024 resoultion, the page full fills both screens.
Any one know where I can obtain this script?
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Posted 16 March 2006 - 09:27 PM
Posted 17 March 2006 - 11:08 AM
Did you perhaps view the source of the page to see what it is that they did? I have stol... um borrowed lots of things that way.
Lol. I've already been looking through with the NotePad. Not sure what to look for.
I tried "width 100%" but didn't seem to work. Also something with "page ID"
Posted 17 March 2006 - 11:14 AM
Width 100% should make whatever it is that you are doing fill the entire width though. If it isn't working, then you may have a typo in your html.
Posted 31 March 2006 - 07:08 AM
I know it is belated, but here is my two cents anywho.
Using CSS, with a 28px x 1200px (width x height) image for my background, I was able to click the edge of the screen and drag the screen all the way, centering all my contents. My horizontal navbar also used a repeating background to auto-size to the resolution of a given users screen, and it also expanded the entire width of the two monitors. I must say though, if the page is small, the results are quit humerous.
I also have two monitors, with different resolutions and both screens were filled totally. Showing people this always manifests, oooh's and aaaah's. As far as a script or server side include im sure there is one out there somewhere, but it can be accomplished with CSS and XHTML.
And when I'm wrong, I could have been right....
So I'm still right, cause I could have been wrong.
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