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Getting Header to automatically resize

Old Mar 26, 2010, 09:45 AM
1 posts · Mar 2010

I was wondering how I could get the header (and footer) to automatically detect the user's screen resolution, and resize according to that screen width. I saw another thread that uses PHP, but I've absolutely no knowledge of that, so I got lost after a few linees of reading... ><

Right now what I have is:


As you can see, it might not be so bad if the image is simply cut off, but it makes a scrollbar across the screen, which I'd like to eliminate. How can this be done?
Old Mar 26, 2010, 10:44 AM
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10,176 posts · Jul 2009
Central New York State USA
If you are using this as a header image in Atahualpa it will just cut it off or you can just set a fixed width of no more than 1000px and size the image accordingly.
~Larry (CNY Web Designs)
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