Unfilled screen

  nickhick 07:54 03 Nov 03

A lot of websites I visit, including the illustrious BBC's one, seem to be aligned to the left on my 15 inch laptop TFT screen (resolution 1024x768)thus leaving a 2 inch space on the right (unlike PCA's admirable new website). Is there any reason why this should be so. Is it to do with the way in which the website designers write these pages? I would have thought that, like some websites, they would automatically resize themselves to fill the space available or is a too simplistic approach?

  Djohn 07:58 03 Nov 03

Yep your correct. I think they are in the main optimised for 800x600. The BBC site takes up just over a third of my 12" TFT monitor. j.

  Djohn 07:58 03 Nov 03

For 12" read 17" :o(

This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.

Nintendo Switch review: Hands-on with the intuitive modular console and its disappointing games…

1995-2015: How technology has changed the world in 20 years

Method Studios' title sequence for BBC series Taboo is truly unsettling

Best Pages for iOS tips | How to use Pages for iPad & iPhone: 7 simple tips to get more out of…