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Problems with launched website

Posted on 1998-08-29
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I have unofficially launched my website via ftp...however, I have run into a slight problem: I have a 13" monitor on my system - when I edit the pages, etc...everything looks fine (i.e. - everything is aligned properly, etc) - however, when I viewed the sight from my work location (I have a 15" monitor at work) the page was a bit out of alignment (when viewed in the maximized mode - but if viewed in the minimized mode it looked OK). Is there a way to set it so that regardless of what size monitor the site is viewed on it will always appear to be properly aligned.
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MasseyM earned 100 total points
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Are you using tables?  If so, in your TABLE tag, state the size you want it to be.

<TABLE WIDTH=640>

Wrap a table element around the entire page...

<TABLE WIDTH=640>
<TR>
<TD>
all your HTML here
</TD>
</TD>
</TABLE>
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I am not using tables...so are you saying to try that anyway? what size should I make the table (640)? - I'll try that and check it out at work Monday evening and let you know
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640 is the cfommon width of most screens... you could do 600-800 and still get most screens...

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