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    Same browsers, different computers

    My site is http://imike.co.cc

    It looks fine on my one dell using firefox. On my other dell, it's horrible. The page doesn't fit in the browser, adding scrollbars.

    Can you guys help?

    I'm thinking about getting rid of the table, since it does nothing.

    CSS http://imike.co.cc/style.css

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    what's the screen resolution of your 'other dell' ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tagnu View Post
    what's the screen resolution of your 'other dell' ?
    THANKS! The main one was 1289 768, and the other one was 1200 700 for some reason.

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    Do they both have Vista or Both have XP or what. XP and Vista have different browsers.
    XP has IE6 and Vista has IE7.

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    and just to confuse things, XP can have IE7. My downstairs one has ie7 but it doesn't work properly. (now, why did I say that as if I was surprised?)

    bazz

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    Um, am I the only one wondering how vertical space should change anything? If it does, you've designed badly.
    I hope you noticed that most people don't browse full screen so you'll have far less real-estate than one could expect. My browser window's set less than 1024 by 768, for example, even though my monitor's native is 1280 by 1024.
    Last edited by Apostropartheid; 05-24-2008 at 10:58 PM.


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