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On Wed, 24 Nov 2010 01:37:15 -0600, Carlos Jenkins <> wrote:

2010/11/24 klaus-jürgen weghorn ol <>

Hi Marc,
Am 23.11.2010 12:57, schrieb Marc Paré:

What will I see first on a display with 1024x768 pixel

The same, but almost without the gray borders.

or less than that?

A horizontal scroll bar.

Think of all the projectors, netbooks and tablets, presentations on fairs.
Is the website then usable and readable?

This is expected to be a fluid layout, shrinks to 1024px wide and grows up to 1280px wide (because of line width before break readability issues). This is acceptable for you? We can think also of a portable devices/small screen
portal with much less prettiness.

Kind regards

General rule is preffered to have % on the css and some other type of styling tool to increase/decrease fonts. Of course that many desktop browsers already have that feature and even the mobile ones have some type of zooming tool.

Which tools are you using for CSS, are you using the Blueprint CSS framework like the original TDF site?

Alexandro Colorado
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