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resolution and resizing

  • # October 30, 2009 at 7:09 am


    I have designed a site for a friend promoting his movie (still in Danish, sorry).
    Content does not go below the fold in a standard 1024×768 resolution. But when viewing the site on a larger resolution it, of course, seems a lot smaller, and not very nice to look at.
    Is there any way of detecting the viewer’s resolution and resizing the page accordingly? Maybe with another stylesheet?

    here’s the page:


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