our website works well with 1024768 resolutions… and smaller but with 600800 the website is not ok …
here is the website: www.tamra-afr.tk
does anyone know how to fit the website for all resolutions or something could help
Very few people that I know of still use 800*600 resolution, and most websites are now, I think, designed for higher. So you should be OK. If you really want to change it, I’m sorry, I can’t help you with that…
i do a fair amount of web design, both for the team, and for hire. I have tracking code on several websites. It it extremely rare to see more that 5% of traffic come from lower than 1024/768.
even so, i usually write websites with a max width of 1000 px, to account for window borders, and scroll bars.
if i were you, i wouldn’t worry so much about viewers with less than 1024…
btw, great site, but, i wouldn’t have the intro page if i were you, it makes it take longer to get to the actual site.
Here’s my team’s site:
feel free to grab code or css, as long as you give us credit for what you grab (just put credit info as a comment in the html)
also, a great way to see how the site looks on a ton of browsers is:
if you create an account, theylet you take more screenshots. i’ve found them extremely useful, since it’s not possible to have every browser in the world… (unless you’re them)
hope this helps,
I agree that it is not really enough to worry about, but if you want to change the value of the table width size from 982 to 750
<meta http-equiv=“Content-Language” content=“en-us”>
<meta http-equiv=“Content-Type” content=“text/html; charset=windows-1252”>
<table cellpadding=“0” cellspacing=“0” width=“982” height=“546”>
i still wouldn’t change the width of the page, it scrunches the info so that all of us with large resolution screens have a hard time seeing it…
1024/768 is the standard resolution to design pages for. I extremely highly doubt that judges will be using computers with that low of resolution.
thank u all … i think there is no need to change it …