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11-01-2008, 05:44 PM
ok so i'm really sorry if the question was allready here but i'm new here and i need some quick tips. i'm also new in html and web developtment. I've made an easy website so i need to resize the website. You know if you have mozilla firefox and you press ctrl+scroll up or down you can resize all the website how do you want. ok so i want to resize the website for the width and height of the browser. how can i do that. I/ve allready said that is a simple template so no flash or something like this onlim images in some tables. The resize from mozilla works great but i dont know how to resize for the browsers rezolution. thanks in advance.
11-01-2008, 05:49 PM
Welcome to the forums!
We need a link to the page to know better what your site is, and how to best help you make this happen.
11-01-2008, 06:22 PM
ok so this is the website http://ggamefreaks.freevar.com/ ....i'm working on a simple website for a club at school. ok its all tables and some images.....you can see the source and what i want to do with it is to resize to browsers rezolution.
11-01-2008, 06:44 PM
Ok, so its basically just a table with images. I don't know exactly why you want to do this, because it would only cause a lot of potential issues. This is not something that I recommend people doing, but here are some options.
Honestly I don't see a problem with the way it is, and why you need to resize things?
11-01-2008, 07:04 PM
actualy i think that if i resize will look a litle cooler :D and i didn't want to resize the images but if you think it's ok like this i think it's ok to let it that way.. thanks for all and sorry if you had some problems with my english because i'm not a native english speaker and i dont think my english is so good.
11-01-2008, 07:15 PM
It would more likely cause more problems than be 'cooler'. It would probably not even work a lot of the time properly. I like your decision to leave it alone.
Your English was pretty good, don't worry not everyone here is a native speaker either. The only requirement is that you make sense so we can help!
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