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Tuesday, 25 January 2011
Resizing My Entire Site
Hi! I am building my site with the Angelfire Site Builder (webon). My husband is viewing the site on an older monitor, and he says a lot of people may not be able to view more than 800 pixels wide. Is there an easy way to resize all my pages? I looked at the style customization section and I have no idea what I am looking at there.

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Thursday, 27 January 2011 - 2:44 PM EST

Name: "anonymous"

You can resize the width of various parts of your site using the CSS editor....but I would actually disagree with your husband his screen size is actually in the minority of screen resolutions and has been for at least 5 years now.

You can google terms like "average monitor size" and you'll find statistics showing that 800x600 monitors are in the minority now a days.

The largest percentage of web users have their screen resolution set to be (at the very least) 1024x768.

Wednesday, 23 February 2011 - 2:55 PM EST

Name: "Helpfulman"

If you take a look at this web page: http://www.w3schools.com/browsers/browsers_display.asp

You'll see that the percentage of people on such a low resolution has gone below 1% 

Even 1024x768 is only around 14%

Most folks have larger monitors now. And most sites have not designed with 800 x 600 in mind for like... 6 or 7 years or more.

I would suggest you simply do not worry about it. For people with 800x600... the whole web looks awful.

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