As the other poster mentioned you need JS to detect the screen width....the
usual approach is to use js to detect the screen res and the include the
appropriate CSS file to match the screen res.
From: JeRRy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: [PHP-DB] screen resolution!
Date: Sun, 5 Feb 2006 02:44:19 +1100 (EST)
I have written a website in PHP using MYSQL. But I have come accross an
un-common problem. Normally when I create a website it's done on a desktop
PC. But this time for the first time I did it on laptop meaning the screen
resolution is different.
Is there any sort of script/code I can use to create another section of
my site in a desired screen resolution without me having to do it all
I know of many scripts online that I can DETERMINE visitors screen
resolutions and recommend the correct one but don't know one that will
adjust the website to suit that visitors screen resolution. Am aware of
scripts that redirect to another web page but that requires you to write
the website again to cater for that.
Is there a quicker way/solution?
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