- website resolution [1 Update]
- Justin W Hall <email@example.com> Mar 02 04:22PM -0700
On Feb 19, 2012, at 12:36 AM, WebJinks wrote:
> different screen resolutions.
> I would go this route if you really want your site to take up the same
> amount of space in the screen regardless or the users resolution.
Somewhere between 900-1080 seems to be the current trend. Different stylesheets is one way to go about adaptive design. I prefer widths based on media queries.
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