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stan
07-10-2005, 12:40 AM
Can somebody advise?.

On some sites pages tends to favor the left side of screen, others the whole
screen is filled in. Example the home page of ISP Comcast home page
background is dark blue and favors the left side , the right side partly
dark blue no text or graphics others, example MSN.com fills the whole
screen. Wondering is this the way it was designed or fault of IE6.
OS WINXP SP2 IE6. LCD monitor 1280x1024 32 BPP. Macromedia Flash Player, and
latest JAVA.

Appreciate any comments.
Stan

Sharon F
07-10-2005, 12:40 AM
On Mon, 23 May 2005 09:22:23 -0500, stan wrote:

> Can somebody advise?.
>
> On some sites pages tends to favor the left side of screen, others the whole
> screen is filled in. Example the home page of ISP Comcast home page
> background is dark blue and favors the left side , the right side partly
> dark blue no text or graphics others, example MSN.com fills the whole
> screen. Wondering is this the way it was designed or fault of IE6.
> OS WINXP SP2 IE6. LCD monitor 1280x1024 32 BPP. Macromedia Flash Player, and
> latest JAVA.
>
> Appreciate any comments.
> Stan

Site design. Nothing to "fix" on your end.

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Frank Saunders, MS-MVP, IE/OE
07-10-2005, 12:40 AM
Some pages are hard coded for 800 x 600 screens. MSN used to be. I guess
they got too many complaints.

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"stan" <SEDNCID@myomy.com> wrote in message
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> Can somebody advise?.
>
> On some sites pages tends to favor the left side of screen, others the
> whole screen is filled in. Example the home page of ISP Comcast home page
> background is dark blue and favors the left side , the right side partly
> dark blue no text or graphics others, example MSN.com fills the whole
> screen. Wondering is this the way it was designed or fault of IE6.
> OS WINXP SP2 IE6. LCD monitor 1280x1024 32 BPP. Macromedia Flash Player,
> and latest JAVA.
>
> Appreciate any comments.
> Stan
>

stan
07-10-2005, 12:40 AM
Frank, Sharon. Thanks for the reply.
"Sharon F" <sharonfDEL@ETEmvps.org> wrote in message
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> On Mon, 23 May 2005 09:22:23 -0500, stan wrote:
>
>> Can somebody advise?.
>>
>> On some sites pages tends to favor the left side of screen, others the
>> whole
>> screen is filled in. Example the home page of ISP Comcast home page
>> background is dark blue and favors the left side , the right side partly
>> dark blue no text or graphics others, example MSN.com fills the whole
>> screen. Wondering is this the way it was designed or fault of IE6.
>> OS WINXP SP2 IE6. LCD monitor 1280x1024 32 BPP. Macromedia Flash Player,
>> and
>> latest JAVA.
>>
>> Appreciate any comments.
>> Stan
>
> Site design. Nothing to "fix" on your end.
>
> --
> Sharon F
> MS-MVP ~ Windows Shell/User


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