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I have created a blank webform with a panel at the top to put logos on. What is the maximum width I should use for the panel to make sure that it works on all computers or is there a way to automatically resize it to fit all screens?
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If you do not set a width on the panel or use a style that sets the width, the panel will stretch the width of the screen.
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