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    Each of us know that they just kind of layout designers and each works after his own resolutions (sizes) …
    Are they are very large and some very small and so …
    And I’d like to know, how can I encode them to a standard
    Is there a proper resolution / recommended for web?
    Layouts are of 1700 x 2500 … what size encode them?
    But there are very small (compared to this), and what size they encode them?
    (I hope you understand what I mean. excuse the expression elsewhere)


    You would use media queries to deliver slightly different designs based on a user’s window. Try going to the CSS-Tricks home page and resize your window to see what I mean.

    Standard width is somewhere around 1000px.

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