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Hi again,
I am unable to get the right screen resolution. Iu always get on the 800x600 resolution. Here is part of my code:
<SCRIPT Language="JavaScript">
<!--
if((screen.width >= 800) && (screen.height >= 600))
{
location.href = "800x600.html"
}
else
{
location.href = "1024x768.html"
}
//-->
</SCRIPT>
No mather what the resolution is, i always get the 800x600 page. I tried it on several computer--> always the same result
Can somebody help me???
Thanks
Jeff
 
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your condition will be true if the screen resolution is over 800x600, therefore, you'll get always the 800x600 page for high resolution
maybe if you set this condition
if((screen.width <= 800) && (screen.height <= 600))
it would work
 
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