Frontpage frames , sizes and resolution issue

I have created a basic website for my companyt see http://www.alliedprotection.co.uk, but the frames dont look right when viewing on different machines with
different resolutions, I am new to this area which is usually databases, what is my best course of action to get a good look and feel for varying resolution sizes.

many thanks in advance

Jez
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nprignanoTechnical ArchitectCommented:
check out this article from IBM developerworks:
http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/library/web-js-detect/


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nprignanoTechnical ArchitectCommented:
BTW - the site looks good from 1024x768.


nprignano
nprignanoTechnical ArchitectCommented:
no objection.

nprignano
jezskillAuthor Commented:
no objection there either, question wasnt answered
nprignanoTechnical ArchitectCommented:
>>question wasnt answered

#1 - if you read the article, then the question was answered (but apparently you didn't read the article)

#2 - if you were still unclear, you could have asked for additional clarification (you didn't even respond to either post)

#3 - " no objection there either, question wasnt answered " you are not objecting to them closing a question that "wasn't answered" and awarding me the points???  seems like a contradiction to me - which is it: close the question or answer the question?

What didn't you understand from the article??  Can I offer additional information baout your question?  If you don't participate in the process, then how do expect the question to be answered??

Let me know what you decide to do and I will try to help you.

nprignano
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