started this topic @ 23:44 on 09/05/2011
I have a to make web page containing 2 columns. This is done.
Now what I would like to insert in the code is something like this:
The 2 columns should be full screen on any resolutions. Something like the page would adapt to the monitor resolution.
The percent would be 80% for the first column 20% for the second one.
What I don't know - is how to do that. Would a table resolve this problem?
What would be the code for this?
Suggestion are well appreciated.
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RE: Making page adapt to monitor resolution
| 10/05/2011 08:46 AM
Better still is something like this http://sasquatchfestival.com/ Open the site in your browser, then shrink your window down.
You will see that the site has three sizes:
1. Full size for larger screens, Mac/PC
2. For older screens, iPad, Tablets etc.
3. For smartphones etc, with single-column
A very clever site!
As content being accessed by tablets and phones overtakes IE6 usage, it's becoming more and more important to provide a mobile-friendly site, and the above site does exactly that, without degrading the contnet or usability.
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