Resolution Css Redirect Script

Aug 2, 2006

The script below works perfectly in Mozilla, but not in IE... any ideas? It specifies a specific style sheet for 3 types of resolutions. Code:

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Jun 6, 2009

Im looking for a simple code to redirect to a specific URL on any click on page and redirect to certain url after a certain number of page views.

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Apr 19, 2010

I have a javascript that I found for an iphone style menu. It works and allows me to click through the menu as long as it is within the list system. If I try to create an external link to a webpage. It doesn't load anything. Here is the code let me know if anyone knows the trick so I can link out. Below is the javascript used to create the flowing menu system. Let me know if you need the rest of the .css and html.

(function() {
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var animateInterval = 24;
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Feb 11, 2006

is there a code for determining the resolution of the computer?

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Jul 20, 2005

Does anyone know where I can get a script for a pop-up where I can control fixed positioning of a popup based on browser resolution?

two res's: 800 x 600 and 1024 x 768 ....

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Works For One Screen Resolution But Not In Another?

Jan 6, 2010

I'm new to javascript and im trying to teach myself how to use it, however, ive come accross a problem. I'm using this code embeded in a HTML page for rollover images:

<script language="JavaScript" type="text/javascript">
if (document.images) {[code].....

This works completly fine in 1280 x 800 but goes mental when you hover over it in 1024 x 768 screen resolution.

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CSS Change With Resolution Not Working?

Feb 18, 2010

I've been trying to get this script working to change a couple attributes in the CSS but it hasn't been working.

It's supposed to change the left and right margins of the #content tag if the resolution is greater that 1024x768. The text doesn't seem to want to stay in the center.

Heres the code:
if (screen.width > 1024)


The CSS code is all inline because this is a tumblr and I don't have a place to host style sheets.

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Jul 22, 2006

I am developing a website in which I will support two screen resolutions ( 800X600 & 1024X768 ) by using two different stylesheets for better browsing experience. I need a code to detect resolution and then putting the desired stylesheet in page code at request time. If there is any server side language to be used with it then I can use PHP.

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Jan 30, 2003

How would I be able to find the users screen resolution so that I may use it within my PHP script?

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Feb 1, 2011

I have set javasscript code to detect and store into variable screen resolution.How to store this javascript into variable PHP?[code]

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Setting Cookie As Per Screen Resolution?

Sep 28, 2011

I would like to set/create a single-use/temporary "cookie" for the duration of the user's session or possibly for up to 2 days and have a popup alert box, telling them that their screen resolution is too low to view. Here is my existing Javascript below.implement and/or rewrite it with the cookie?

<script type="text/javascript">

if (screen.height<768 || screen.width<1024) alert ("Your screen's resolution is below 1024x768.This site works better at higher resolutions.");

// -->

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Apr 1, 2010

I have this script:

<SCRIPT language="JavaScript">
// small[code]....

The problem? On a computer with 1280x1024 resolution, IE detects it to be 1024 (thus sending the user to the wrong page). It works perfectly in all other browsers (that I have tried).

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May 18, 2010

I would like to be able to change my webpage background image according to the screen resolution the user uses so:

if screen resolution is greater than or equals to 1200*600 then background = mybackground.jpg no-repeat code...

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Jan 21, 2011

I was wondering if it is possible to remove content from a website based on the screen resolution, rather than have to redirect to a new URL.For example:

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Lots of code

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Jan 28, 2008

I am trying to create a page where it will look the same if the screen is resolution 1024 x 768 or if the screen is resolution 800 x 600.

The below finds the resolution but the page looks different depending on the resolution. how I can make a web page look the same no matter what the resolution?

if ((screen.width>=1024) && (screen.height>=768))
divWidth = 1024;
divHeight = 768 ;


In my above example the page width scrolling changes depending on resolution. I want it to be the same if either resolution is used.

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Jul 6, 2011

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.

Images are in different sizes, so what I need to achieve is to get the screen resolution or browser visible area and re-size the image according to this resolution. (users could have different type of computer screen with different resolution), I need a Javascript or jquery code.

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Dec 29, 2003

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Change Swf Size Based On Resolution

Feb 15, 2005

I need some help making a script to change the size of my swf movie based on the user's screen resolution.

Here is the code of the embedded movie:

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Aug 17, 2005

Bascailly I want to detect the users resolution so and store a value to determine what style sheet they use. e.g

If (screen.width <="800") {
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Any ideas, I'm not too strong on javascript at the mo, so any advice accepted.

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Apr 10, 2006

I'm trying to write a javascript that detects the screeen resolution size and load a css sheet accordingly. Can someone see why the below javascript does not work?

<script language="JavaScript1.2">

if (screen.width==800||screen.height==600) //if 800x600
{document.write("<link REL='stylesheet' href="../site.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />");}

else if (screen.width==640||screen.height==480) //if 640x480
{document.write("<link REL='stylesheet' HREF='' TYPE='text/css'>");}

else if (screen.width==1024||screen.height==768) //if 1024x768
{document.write("<link REL='stylesheet' HREF='' TYPE='text/css'>");}

else //if all else
{document.write("<link REL='stylesheet' HREF='' TYPE='text/css'>");}


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Does anyone know of any good perl or java scripts that allow you to redirect visitors based on their screen resolution?? Code:

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Dec 11, 2011

I'm trying to set my wrapper div width so it fits to screen res. i got it working but it only works when i call it by onclick="SetWidthToResolution()" function and i want it to load with the page.

function SetWidthToResolution()
if(screen.width == 2560)[code]............

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Sep 26, 2005

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?

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Dec 20, 2010

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)

a wrapper inside that set to 1000px with margin auto (allows the central page to be in the middle of, or to fill the page of all screen res - brilliant because originally one main objective was for a left margin not to push the page to the right and out of view on a lower res screen) an inside wrapper inside the centralised one above set to for example, width 1800px and left 400px, allows both margins to be viewable for all screen res larger than the central page (1000px+)ok, so the final hurdle in what for me would be a perfect solution is for any screen res lower than 1000px - currently the horizontal scroll bar is removed - therefore the central page has its right potentialy chopped off.... and so with some research, I've put together the following JavaScript:

<SCRIPT language="JavaScript">
if (screen.width<1000)
{document.getElementById('outsidewrapper').style.cssText='overflow: visible;';}

This is my best effort at JavaScript - I am slowly and steadily learning more. I feel its on the right track, to return the overflow on the outer wrapper would bring the horizontal scroll bar back, but on IE (lower than 1000 res screens) this causes an error and does not work on any to get this code to work, it'd make for me today a good day, if any of this is difficult to understand without seeing, the site is: http:[url]....

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