Background That Adapts To All Resolutions?

Nov 22, 2009

How do you let JavaScript detect the users screen size and switch it to an appropriate background?

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Simulate Different Resolutions

Jan 16, 2003

this is a bookmarklet for IE that I use to see how a page works with different widths (i.e. you can simulate 1280x1024 or 640x480) without need to change resolutions or adjust window size. Not 100% accurate, but it's enough:


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Allow For Different Browsers/screen Resolutions?

Feb 1, 2010

Can I add code which tests the destination computer for browser/screen resolution compatability, and alter the HTML accordingly if necessary ? I think I saw a thread some time back about this, but can't now locate it.

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Dealing With Different Screen Resolutions?

Jun 21, 2010

I've got a Web-based App. that I've developed in 1680 x 1050 and I have some users in 1280 x 768, etc. The higher resolution is nice for this App., because it gives me more screen real-estate to take advantage of the newer rectangular screens. But, when a user in 1024 x 768 displays the screens, a good portion of the content is outside the viewable area of their screen.

Is there a clever way to set up my site so that my web pages will look good in most modern resolutions; i.e. 1024 x 768 and above?I know I can re-work things to display at a minimum common denominator, kind of thing; or I could have multiple copies of my site at different resolutions (which I really don't want to do) and do js resolution-sniffing.But, I'm wondering if there's a better way. I do have a lot of AP elements and I'm not certain that making the pages liquid with percentage widths, etc. will solve this particular problem.

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Resizing DIV - Makeweb Page That Adapts To Size Of Your Browser Size When Maximized

Jul 19, 2010

I'm attempting to make a web page that adapts to the size of your browser size when it maximized. Because I'm only 15 I'm not such a great programmer or coder. I've done my best with the resources I have though (Fluent in Lua and a natural ability to pick languages syntax up quickly)

Here is what I have so far, it doesn't work and it is starting to puzzle me. As it seems correct as I look at it. I'm sorry if this question show my ignorance. I try my best to hide it.

Some of it is Copy pasted from sources on Google. But only for educational purposes, I learn off reading, examining and testing out snippets.

I'm basically trying to get the max size of the window and resize the div accordingly.

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Detect And Track Visitors Screen Resolutions

Jul 23, 2005

Does anyone know the best way to detect and track a visitors screen resolution. I know the javascript to detect the users resolution but I am a bit confused on the best way to track and save this. Should I save it to a database or is it easier to save it to a text file?

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Slideshow - Adjust Min / Max Width For Different Screen Resolutions

Mar 18, 2011

On my home page, I have a 3-column layout where the left and right margins are fixed width and the middle column is fluid with a Min-Width and Max-Width to account for different screen resolutions and sizes. In my middle column, I would like to place a "slide-show", and the key point is that the slide-show should also have Min-Max capability so it adjusts with my middle column. I found a really nice slide-show script here: [URL]. My problem is that while I know some programming I do not know JavaScript and have no clue of what needs adjusting for my Min-Max effect to work.

Here is a link to my "test page". (It includes one link showing how my home page currently works with text in the middle column. And then there is a second link showing the slide-show that needs to be modified.) [URL]. Apparently the JavaScript file(s) go out and determine how many "slides" there are, then the script divides the total page width by that number of slides, and then it generates the accoding HTML/CSS to display the slide at the proper width. (If I can find that code, it shouldn't be too hard to adjust it so that it adjust to my Min-Width and Max-Width.)

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JQuery :: Hover Over Thumbnail Image To Download In High Or Low Resolutions?

Jul 12, 2011

I am trying to see if the following can be achieved using Jquery I need to create a thumbnail gallery, where when a user hovers over any thumbnail image they would get an option to download the image either in High or Low resolution. Something like how you see in the below mockup.

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JQuery :: Background Toggle - Change My Sites Background Color

Apr 29, 2011

I am trying to change my sites background color. The color changes but it doesn't go back to the first image anymore. does anybody know what the problem could be?

jQuery Code:

HTML Code:

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JQuery :: Animate Background Images Or Background Of Div?

May 14, 2009

I'm putting together a portfolio site and I'd like to use high-res images that take up most of the screen to show different works. There
would be a menu bar with links to each work, where a click on that work's link would change the background by doing a standard "dissolve"
effect.I have seen many different plugins for "rotating" images and changing background colors at the click of a button. Is there a method
specifically for this purpose? As an alternative to altering the background-image of the body itself,I would be willing to use a properly sized div (or div's) to achieve this effect.

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Top And Bottom Background Colors As The Above Image - Border Color Same As Top Background Color

Aug 24, 2010

provide javascript to create something like the image below: Things I can't workout are:

1. top and bottom background colors as the above image
2. add two text
3. border color same as top background color


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If Click The Add Button, Get A "correct" Answer In The Div With A Green Background And If Hit The Multiply Button The Div Should Say "wrong" With A Red Background?

Jul 28, 2011

I need to have three text boxes, user will enter a number in each box.Then i have four buttons, add, subtract, divide and multiply.When i click on each button, the numbers in the first two text boxes should match the answer in the third text box.ex. (first box has a 4, second box has a 4, and the third box has an 8. if i click the add button, i should get a "correct" answer in the div below with a green background and if i hit the multiply button the div should say "wrong" with a red background.

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "">
<html xmlns="">

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Jul 23, 2005

background-repeat: repeat-x works fine in IE and FF and as expected,
produces something like


On Safari, the output is not what is desired.

Is there a reason why this would happen?

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Transparent Background.

Jan 2, 2006

I would like to make a table or a div with a transparent background. The
solution found does work only with FireFox using a png image. The second
one works with IE and FireFox but make the text inside the div be
transparent. Code:

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Body Background Every Day?

Feb 4, 2007

how to : another body background every day?

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Background Color Of Div In JS

Feb 7, 2011

I been racking my brain for about an hour now, and cant seem to work this one out. I need to in javascript, get the HEX value (#FFFFFF) of a div's background color. style.backgroundColor doesnt seem to work. ut it seems to be different in every browser, and i cant seem to make it work. (it must work in IE, FF, Chrome, Safari) I have tried using a couple of examples, but nothing seems to work...

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How To Set Transparent Background

Nov 7, 2011

I am assuming that this is an issue with the js on my index page:


The main menu on this page has a sub-menu under "About". I've tried changing the CSS for the menu in order to make that sub-menu background be 50% transparent, but nothing is fixing it. I see things about "fade" within the js code, but I just don't see how to set how far it fades in or out.

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Background For Each Day Of The Year?

Jun 1, 2007

so i want a background that changes each day. and ideally i wouldn't be using an array for this.. and instead could just do something like...

var d = new Date()
document.write("<body background='"d.getMonth(),d.getDate()".jpg'>")

with the images in the same directory being named 01.jpg for jan 1st, 031.jpg for jan 31st, etc. etc.

but i know nothing about the syntax or structure that that would require. i think my non-working example should at least explain what i want to accomplish... can someone tell me how i can do this? i know it's possible... i've seen every part i need in other scripts, and ten different ways to do it, but i just don't know how to make them all work together without getting a bunch of errors... :(

p.s. this is actually on my windows desktop, not a website. it seems like some scripts won't work in an html set as the desktop background, but will on a webpage.

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Background Buttons

Feb 2, 2004

BackgroundButtons Is simply just a bunch of buttons that change the background. This is useful for someone who's eyes hurt, or just wanna have fun. This file includes a readme and a sample.

<h2>What do you want the background color to be?</h2>

<input type="button" Value="Click for Black" onClick="document.bgColor='Black'">
<input type="button" Value="Click for White" onClick="document.bgColor='White'">
<input type="button" Value="Click for Green" onClick="document.bgColor='green'">
<input type="button" Value="Click for blue" onClick="document.bgColor='blue'">
<input type="Button" Value="Click for red" onClick="document.bgColor='red'"

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Background Image

Oct 31, 2005

all i want to do is make the background image of a couple of pages fit perfectly in the browser window of different screen resolutions.

the problem i am having is that i am using 1024 x 768 screen resolution. and the background images fit perfectly in the pages for me but when someone with a lower or higher resolution views the page, the background image either gets cutoff or starts repeating.

is there any code that will fix my problem??

i have found some code (see below) that resizes the image according to the window size but it is for an image on the page and not the background image. Code:

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Changing Tr Or Td Background?

Jan 2, 2009

I have simple code that I need to make function. The idea is to change background on <tr> or all <td> that belong to one tr.

Code HTML4Strict:

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Background Not Darkening?

Mar 20, 2009

I'm not using Lightbox alone, but Suckerfish HoverLightbox Redux by Jon Christopher.Here's the page I'm playing around with: http:[url]...If you scroll down to the first two pups- Pup 1 and Pup 2, that's where I'm using the gallery "flyouts".If you select one of those photos, the lightbox window does pop-up, though the background does not darken.I realize this page is a mess with the tables and such, it's just my practice page at the moment.I'd really like to get this to work as then I could just throw all the available pups in a list and dump the tables altogether.

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Pop-up Window Background

Aug 30, 2001

Is it possible to do this with JavaScript?

A clickable image leads to a pop-up with a bigger version of that image in it. The link is to the bigger image , not to a HTML-page with that big image in it.

Default backgroud color in Windows for a pop-up is white. The pictures in the pop-up are rather dark, so I would like to have a black background in them.

Is it possible to define this black background in my JS-code?

The code is:

function popup(URL, breedte, hoogte){,"","width="+eval(breedte)+", height="+eval(hoogte)+", status=yes, scrollbars=yes")

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Fading To Background

Jan 17, 2007

I need to be able to click on an image and then when its selected/clicked, it kind of goes lighter. Maybe fade from a dull image to a lighter version. Is this easy enough to do in Javascript.

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Blurred Background

Jun 13, 2007

I am looking to create a floating div box where it will not only have the opacity set, but will also blur the content underneath the element itself? This has a glass like effect? Does anyone know if this is possible?

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Css Background Are Default

May 6, 2011


The span text is changing ok. But de default css background is not changing on page load, it just shows the default background which is styled in css.

HTML Code:

Javascript is checking the browser language, and the it set the correct text. How to set the correct css background if the visitor's browser is different then "nl"..

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