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August 10, 2003, 5:12 am
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I have samples of my web design work displayed in the right frame. It looks
fine on a 1024 wide resolution but the right side gets cut off on 800 wide
Can you suggest any other way to make those pages fit into the space
alloted? I thought of using i-frame but I believe that only works with IE.
Any other ideas?
(Another idea is to just use a print-screen image and then take the user to
the actual website if the image is clicked. But I am still exploring having
the actual website in that frame because it is so convenient and a whole lot
sharper than a print-screen image small enough to download in any reasonable
amount of time).
Re: Trying to fit entire website into in a single frame
Google: liquid design.
iframe works in IE 3+ (?), Netscape 6+, Opera 4+ (?), Mozilla, Safari and
Konqueror. It is also vaguely supported by Lynx and Links.
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