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What are some of the best ways to adjust the amount of data on a table depending on the screen resolution?

Posted on 2007-04-05
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What kind of issues do you run into when you do this? Do some browsers fail to properly report resolutions?
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You'll need to use javascript to get the screen res...
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i would send the user always all the data which you can display on a "normal" screen, and use CSS to define a dynamic table. Then, the user will be able to expand columns etc, but the first digits of these columns the user will always see.
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