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« on: July 05, 2005, 11:25:29 AM »

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There are no errors as such. It's just, when I made the layout in photoshop its about 1000x768.

Now my friend, (it's a clan website). He uses 1280x1024 resolution, and around the outside of the layout he has big white areas.

My problem is, I dont want to have to re-edit and re-slice and then put the website up again. Is there anything I can do in Dreamweaver to make the pages adjust to other users resolutions?

It's my first layout/website as well so I didn't realise that sizes wouldn't adjust. This guy has problesm seeing the banner as well. Everyone else can see the banner.

But if there is anything I can do to make the layout size adjust with users resolution I'd be grateful to know Smiley

http://tpxtreme.clanservers.com

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