Dynamic Image Resize Based On Detected User Screen Resolution
Oct 28, 2011
So my task was to build basically photo-based department org-charts for a SharePoint 2007 environment. Not sure why I was asked to do this as the last time I web designed was when Netscape 4.0 and IE4 were still duking it out, but whatever.I inserted my images (125x125) into tables and everything looks great. on my screen.Boss's screen, a slightly smaller monitor with a lower resolution, not so much.I'd like to be able to dynamically resize the image display sizes based on detected screen resolutions, or failing that, have at least 2 image libraries using 75x75 and 125x125 and then load one image size or the other based again on detected screen resolutions.
I have a web application with an aspanel, users can add images, the program automatically make the thumbnail. when user click on thumbnail they can see a pop up modal page.
I was wondering if you had any idea how to show a ad based on screen resolution. Sort of like how espn.com has it...when your on 800 by 600 it doesn't show the ad and msn table on the right but when you are on 1024 or higher it does. Does anyone have any idea how to do this?
I am looking for the script to resize my website pages according to user's screen size. The size of the table in the template is 1008 * 576 pixels and users with small screen are not able to see the whole page, they have to scroll horizontally. Is there anything possible without modifying my current template?
I am trying to write a custom BBcode for a forum I moderate. I don't have the licensing information because its not my forum and i am just a moderator. If anyone wants to verify the legitimacy of the forum I work for please PM me and I will try and get you any information I can.
I'm working with a site which has a centered table which is fixed width at 961px.Now what I need to do is to display one image on the right of this, and one of the left, and make it so that the image trails out to a constant color.
The issue starts when this image (really it was originally one image with white space between the two borders) is displayed in the browser. Depending on browser, resolution, etc, the image became far too wide.
Also, how would I make the div the height of users screen, but the width 200% wider that the visitors resolution?
if (screen.height<768 || screen.width<1024) alert ("Your screen's resolution is below 1024x768.This site works better at higher resolutions.");
is it possible to display a different website according to the browser's screen resolution? For example, is it possible that in the body onload you put a code, and then you have all three different websites listed in the file, and the code analyzes the screen resolution, then chooses the appropriate website?In my situation, I can't have a screen which pops up and asks for the resolution - it just wouldn't work. So, is it possible?
I began working on a "best" solution for screen res widths of 1024+ for centralised fixed width pages with potentialy large (or any size) left and right margin graphics and have come up with something I'm very happy with: an outside wrapper set to 100% + overflow hidden (removes the horizontal scrollbar on all screen res)
the below function allows me to pass the screen resoltion variable to asp through a cookie. It works in IE and Opera but not in Netscape. What is the problem?