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  1. Hi! Im trying to design a view with 2 boxes : on the left 1 menu and in the right the main box. The menu should be vertical and relative, and with the main box I can do what I want. The problem is that this 2 boxes should fill all the space horizontally and vertically. But all the time that I change the width or the "position" I have 2 results: Part of the main box is hidden with the menu box The two boxes dont fill the space This is the css code of my boxes: .main-box{ background-color: #FFFFFF; font-size: 14px; color: #34495E; height:99%;
  2. https://www.w3schools.com/w3css/w3css_panels.asp Hello. I'm trying to make a panel - this works, however it takes up 100% of the available width. Is there a way to make the panel A ) auto-adjust to the content of the text, and/or B ) a specific width - eg 50% (of the available width of div - NOT 50% of the screen-size...)
  3. I have a number of web pages that are controlled by an external style sheet. I am pasting the css stylesheet in its entirety. My questions are: all of the web pages have an html and body element with a width of 1108px. (1) What is determining the width of these 2 elements? (2) What is the best practice for defining these elements? I want the web pages to be responsive to different browser sizes. Does defining fixed width constrain an element's responsive behavior? /* http://meyerweb.com/eric/tools/css/reset/ v2.0 | 20110126 License: none (public domain) */ html, b
  4. ZACKCORP

    Site Width

    Hello : I am changing the width of our website, and i was looking for a suggestion. I know that most users (93%) have a monitor with a resolution of 1280 or larger. I am looking for a recommended size or standard size somewhere between 1200 px - 1366 px Any suggestion or recommendation and a quick explanation why would be greatly appreciated !! Thank you!
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