web designing

  Revi 18:07 08 May 03

Is it better to design a website based on 800x600 or 1024x768 screen?

  Ironman556 18:16 08 May 03

I think most are optimised for 800 x 600. I don't know the reason why though.

  Pilch.... 18:29 08 May 03

800*600 is the minimum i think.

I prefer mine in 1024*768 You can get more info on a screen....

  Sir Radfordin™ 19:05 08 May 03

There are still a lot of people who use screens at 800x600 though I wish they would push them up a bit!

Like Pilch implies it is a bit better for a designer to do it at a higher resolution but remember your site will either look poor or involve lots of scrolling for users with small screens.

  H-J 19:08 08 May 03

just remember, you can't please all the people all the time, so why not please yourself...

  slowhand_1000 19:15 08 May 03

also keep in mind that some graphics, mainly graduated tints, that look ok at 1024 x 768 do not carry well on 800 x 600

  Revi 20:32 08 May 03

^^ ^^

  Sturmey 20:47 08 May 03

In Dreamweaver I can set a table to be autostretch instead of setting the dimensions in pixels. Dreamweaver then creates a spacer image that is needed for autostrtech tables to display correctly.

I don't know if this is good web design practise or not but it seems to work ok.

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