Problem with web page display size

  Hands72 09:57 10 Jan 06

I have just had broadband installed on my Vectra VL 6/266 (series 7) PC which runs Windows 98. It's all fine apart from the web pages are too big for my monitor screen and I don't know how to make them fit so I don't have to keep scrolling across to read the page. Any suggestions?

  johnnyrocker 10:28 10 Jan 06

what about desktop is that correct size? do webpages still have the address bar or is it missing? if so press f11 can you try and give a bit more info please


  Hands72 10:42 10 Jan 06

The desktop is fine and Word etc are all ok it's just the internet. I can see the address bar, it's just that the web pages are too long and wide for my screen. thanks

  DieSse 11:57 10 Jan 06

*it's just that the web pages are too long and wide for my screen. thanks*

Web pages can be any length - yards long if they want - so this is just the way web pages are.

For the width part see my answer in your other thread.

PLEASE don't put two threads the same onto the forum, unless you close one of them first.

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