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  1. This has probably been resolved by now but I just got back from Italy last night.I got an e-mail the forum advising me I had a personal msg from Mr. mignulikz.That was Tue 07/04/2009 06:48.Haven't been here for a while so I doubted it was genuine anyway.As has been pointed out though, I am concerned that he got by W3Schools security.[edit: As a suggestion, would it not be an idea (for the future) for Admin. to dispatch a follow-up warning e-mail to any forum members this might have affected?]
  2. Nice link RahZephon.Only just had a chance to check it out properly.Like your sig as well.
  3. Ahhhhhh thx guys,Dark; Yep, sry I mean the browser window itself, and the CSS % attribute is what I think I need. Didn't know you could do it in %, so thx very much. I'll play about with it and do some experimenting.I'll leave a hazlenut on your bird-table in the morning!
  4. Thanks for the replies guys.Col Matrix, Sort of.At the moment I'm making a web page from an image, which is the basis for the theme of several pages of the same site, and this will fully occupy a screen resolution of 800x600.Because many browsers use 1024x768 now, I set the background to a plain colour and display the image centrally so this background looks like part of the image display. I can get the image to repeat vertically (see below) as far as it's required by the visitor's browser, so the whole image appears to be a column with no top or bottom on the page.In fact, the image, which makes up the whole of the page, has been broken into two main slice sections (the header section has been re-sliced for various button components);I have sliced the header, with the nav buttons, out and overlaid this into an absolute position at the top centre of the finished page (wasn't sure if I could do this within a CSS file as I'm only starting out with CSS).Then I've taken an 800 px wide x 1 px high splice out of the middle of the image and I use a CSS file to repeat this, however high the image displays so it doesn't matter how much text I put on the page, nor what resolution the browser is set to, it will always repeat enough for the entire display.The header appears within this vertical column but displays as part of an imageI can also do the same via a horizontal display where the display will extend to the right for as long as I want it to repeat.What I'd like to do is combine both, so that the vertical and horizontal displays stretch or contract to whatever resolution the page is being viewed at. Then I could compose the whole page in 800x600 and it would still appear exactly as it was designed in 1024x768 (rather than having edges added to it) and I could incorporate other components (graphic or text) as part of the image itself.
  5. Hi all,1st time poster so please bear with me. I checked the tutorials (and other sites) but couldn't find my answer. Just wondering if any of you folks can help.I want to publish a webiste that will display in whatever resolution the browser is set to. IE: If I compose the background site images as 1024x768 px, I want it to re-size in browsers set to 800x600 px or 1280x960 px (stretch, or shrink, as necessary).Is it possible to control this using HTML or CSS code, or another way?I saw a method (years ago mind you) to determine the preset resolutions of visiting browsers, but I don't really want to publish loads of different sized sites and then re-direct according to every visitors' resolution.The only method I've managed to come up with is to compose everything as 800x600 and to display a header image at the top and in the centre of the page with a CSS repeating image beneath. It works for the height of the page, or the width depending on the CSS command, but not both together.I'm posting this in the HTML and CSS sections as I'm not sure which would be appropriate. Apologies at once if I have defiled the forum and should be executed. Did I mention Skwirrells are the exeCutest?
  6. Hi all,1st time poster so please bear with me. I checked the tutorials (and other sites) but couldn't find my answer. Just wondering if any of you folks can help.I want to publish a webiste that will display in whatever resolution the browser is set to. IE: If I compose the background site images as 1024x768 px, I want it to re-size in browsers set to 800x600 px or 1280x960 px (stretch, or shrink, as necessary).Is it possible to control this using HTML or CSS code, or another way?I saw a method (years ago mind you) to determine the preset resolutions of visiting browsers, but I don't really want to publish loads of different sized sites and then re-direct according to every visitors' resolution.The only method I've managed to come up with is to compose everything as 800x600 and to display a header image at the top and in the centre of the page with a CSS repeating image beneath. It works for the height of the page, or the width depending on the CSS command, but not both together.I'm posting this in the HTML and CSS sections as I'm not sure which would be appropriate. Apologies at once if I have defiled the forum and should be executed. Did I mention Skwirrells are the exeCutest?
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