What size monitor are you using?I’m curious about what size monitors Bits & Pieces readers have. Mostly so I can set the size of some of the pictures for maximum viewability of the majority.
Being a webmaster myself websites are designed on resolution (in pixels), not monitor size in inches. I would suggest looking at this log of user resolutions in generalhttp://www.w3schools.com/browsers/browsers_display.asp
I use a 19 inch lcd at home and 17 inch tube at work.Being a “webmaster” of my own personnel website, I designed for a 17 inch screen (smallest I thought likely) set at 1024x768 pixels (also pretty common). Viewed on anything larger it just takes up less real estate. Good luck whatever you do. Your site looks good from home or work. Thanks for the site Jonco.
Mine is 17", but for some reason, when I read this blog in a narrow window, a little more than 2/3 of the max size (like when I'm running my SlingPlayer to watch TV off to the side) your pictures sometimes overlap the text. Annoying, but no big deal.
Oh yeah, SlingPlayer is great. If you don't have it, get it.
The firs poster is correct. It's not the size of the screen you're concerned with but the resolution of the video card. I run 1900x1200 so everything is small on my screen.
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