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I wonder if it is possible to automatically resize my website to fit various screen resolutions ?

And another problem is that I have a frameset and within one of the frames, which is not resizeable, an image. Now viewed on a screen with resolution 400?*640 the whole image can not seen. What can I do to make the image automatically smaller so it will fit my frame ?    
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You can automatically resize you webpage by using percent intead of a sepcific number. You can also do this with images, as an answer to your second question.

You need to put the percent-values in quotes, i.e.:
<IMG SRC=pic.gif WIDTH = "100%" ALT=Picture>
etc.
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