Good question... I dunno what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I find an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably know..
Don't just test for the common 800x600 and 1024x768 resolutions, but also provide a solution for people using sizes smaller than those, larger then those, and test to see if anyone uses something non-standard.
Those two sizes...
Yes, ppoint taken, I was going to use less than and greater than but just go with 3 basic sizes for images and text size. I thought I would keep the data in SQL Server so I can get a rough idea of the sizes most people use, I can't cater for everything. I have used Nedstat and I only get 3% of users with Netscape, the rest is IE5 or 6 and mainly 800 x 600 and 1024 x 728 (I think it is). I develop on 1280 x 1024 so have to curtail myideas somewhat <g>.
Anyway, thanks for your help..
What is it you want to do. I came up with a dynamic way of laying out images and content the other day. This doesnt use a script at all but tables. If you give me an idea of what you want to achive i'll try an describe how to do it...
If you look at the iPage site I have divided it up into 4 frames..
A top banner which I want to change to Flash at some point..
A left hand navigation bar.
A right hand advertising bar.
The middle where photos, text etc are..
- but it goes offline in 2 days (27th) for 10 days..
BTW, how do I get at the data coming back from.
Dim a, b as string.
A = screen.availheight.value.
B = screen.availwidth.value.
I am using Visual Studio .NET - ASP - VB.NET..
Mm, Canary Islands... When it's -20 degrees Celcius in December here in Finland, it's warm and sunny there....
And yes, Canaries are nice and warm, off out there next month all being well!.