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Hai i have a doubt in the screen resolution of my page. i m using the screen resolution of my pc as 1024*762 pixels. i have done a jsp web page page in this resolution.whil e copying the page and running it in my friends room it appears differently because he s using the resolution as 1152*864 . Its there any way to solving the problem of viewing the page similarly in any kind of resolution...

plz help me ....

My friend says it may poss in js. how to do that
Oct 5 '07 #1
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Hai i have a doubt in the screen resolution of my page. i m using the screen resolution of my pc as 1024*762 pixels. i have done a jsp web page page in this resolution.whil e copying the page and running it in my friends room it appears differently because he s using the resolution as 1152*864 . Its there any way to solving the problem of viewing the page similarly in any kind of resolution...

plz help me ....

My friend says it may poss in js. how to do that
Yeah it's possible with JavaScript.
Put the total O/P in a table and resize the table with your corresponding screen resolution.
Try with "screen.availWi dth" & "screen.availHe ight".

Kind regards,
Oct 5 '07 #2
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Heya, elangobala.

Before falling back on JavaScript to solve what is arguably a design issue, make sure your HTML / CSS is up-to-date.

I'm going to go ahead and move this thread to the HTML/CSS forum, where our resident Experts will be better able to help you out.
Oct 5 '07 #3
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Yes, CSS is the solution but without seeing the generated markup we can't help.
Oct 5 '07 #4

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