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ASP.net change site width on page load

Posted on 2013-11-08
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Hi

Is it possible to change the site width on page load.
So in the example below I need to change the width of 960
to something else. I copied this from the Site.cs file

/* PRIMARY LAYOUT ELEMENTS  
----------------------------------------------------------*/

.page
{
    width: 960px;
    background-color: #fff;
    margin: 20px auto 0px auto;
 
}
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Question by:Murray Brown
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by:Rob
ID: 39636314
And why wouldn't you just change that css above to the width you want?  What is driving you to change the width at load time?
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by:Murray Brown
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I am building a site that will be used for a number of different companies. Some like a wider display
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by:Rob
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So how is going to work? Did the user select the layout they like?
I would suggest having a custom css for each company rather than trying to do it at load time
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by:Murray Brown
ID: 39636820
I am designing the system for someone who wants it to work that way
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Yes I understand that but how are you going to implement it? I need some background info to be able to help you...
I would personally have a basic css that every site uses and a customised css specific to that company. Make sense?
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by:Murray Brown
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That does actually make a lot of sense
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