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What Size?

allmicro asked 1 year ago
I have been receiving a few complaints about the size of my website. WHats the best screen res for me to build my site to. I forget sometimes i have a 17 inch mon with 1280×1024 setting. What res do most people use?

http://www.allmicrocasino.com

7 Answers
TheGooner answered 1 year ago
I build for about 760 wide.

I’ve got a 24 inch widescreen monitor but I surf in a much reduced window and run a lot of other applications at the same time
(eg mail, poker table, a spreeadsheet etc).

webber286 answered 1 year ago
800×600 is the lowest common denomenator. Not many people left on that size, but if you check your webstats you should see 15% or so. Most people are at 1024×768.

ewhitaker answered 1 year ago
webber286 wrote:
800×600 is the lowest common denomenator. Not many people left on that size, but if you check your webstats you should see 15% or so. Most people are at 1024×768.

Agree – all my sites have always been done in 800×600, but its time to start making changes. 1024×768 is the way to go now.

allmicro answered 1 year ago
I will resize mine to 1024×768. I have alot of work ahead of me. Did anyone have a chance to take a look at mine.. do you like the design. I may end up just going with a genetic protal look. To resize what i made would have to be 100% redone. :unhappy:

ewhitaker answered 1 year ago
The design is not bad, but its hard to really get a good picture when it’s so large like that. I think if you reduce the overall size, the design will take on a much more appealing look.

allmicro answered 1 year ago
I took a look at your site, its so simple its perfect, fast load times.. easy to update. No hassle moving things around and playing with frames. I think i am going to redesign it all together and give it a simple look with loads of content

ewhitaker answered 1 year ago
Thanks for the really nice compliment! I was just starting to think I should change the design, that maybe it was too simple….but I guess simple is always best for the customer’s benefit.