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by Amonia / January 19, 2005 3:47 AM PST
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And websites will display differently in each browser too.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 19, 2005 3:55 AM PST
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And PC, Mac, PDA and so on. HTML is not a typesetting language. More at http://www.w3c.org

Bob

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by Amonia / January 19, 2005 4:50 AM PST

Yes but there is large empty space on both sides of the screen when using 1024*768 ??
Some sites are nice in both resolutions. But not Cnet.com,download.com,yahoo.com and some others?

Can't solve this little thing. Restarting PC is not the solution. Cookies maybe - have no idea??
If you click on the link - there is screenshot.

Don't worry I have no spy like intentions! (unlike others). Just a little problem i would like to solve.
Happy

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In the case of Cnet... It's programmed that way.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 19, 2005 6:35 AM PST
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It's an oddity of their choice of how to use the display.

Nothing's broken...

Bob

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