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Hello Ranchers..
I'm doing a project in JSP and oracle..
I've done the whole project in 1024 x 768 resolution.. while most of the clients are using 800 x 600 and some are using 1024 x 768 screen resolution.

When the clients using the resolution in 800 x 600 the table details are resized and getting distorted.

How can i fix this problem..
even when i checked some pages thru internet
when ever they are viewing in any resolution and also.. their pages are not changing..

Please help me ranchers..
Thanks in advance

regards

Aravind
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Well you have to design the table for the 800X600 resolution. There is nothing you can really do about it. You can tyr using a flow layout (using percentage instead of fixed px lengths.)
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If possible, put all the formatting that define table size in CSS.
Create one CSS for each resolution you support. Use javascript to determine resolution and attach corresponding CSS file.
 
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