Re: [Gimp-user] Web resolution question

2010-01-27 Thread Deniz Dogan
2010/1/27 bigsk...@gmail.com: Is there a typical or standard monitor resolution a web site should be designed for? I virtually always make the assumption that the user has at least 1024x768 and make my websites 960 pixels wide. Last time I checked only 4 percent of Internet users today had a

Re: [Gimp-user] Web resolution question

2010-01-27 Thread bigskypa
On 01/27/2010 10:05 AM, Noel Stoutenburg wrote: bigsk...@gmail.com wrote: Is there a typical or standard monitor resolution a web site should be designed for? If I remember correctly, there are (or were) two standard resolutions, one on Apple based machines, and one on Windows based

Re: [Gimp-user] Web resolution question

2010-01-27 Thread Programmer In Training
On 1/27/2010 9:22 AM, bigsk...@gmail.com wrote: snip I wouldn't know how to determine if it were. I figure (wrongly) that if 2 pictures are placed in a specific location when I make a web page then they should appear in the same location and relationship on the web. That's how it should

Re: [Gimp-user] Web resolution question

2010-01-27 Thread Akkana Peck
2010/1/27 bigsk...@gmail.com: Is there a typical or standard monitor resolution a web site should be designed for? Deniz Dogan writes: I virtually always make the assumption that the user has at least 1024x768 and make my websites 960 pixels wide. Last time I checked only 4 percent of

Re: [Gimp-user] Web resolution question

2010-01-27 Thread Programmer In Training
On 1/27/2010 12:01 PM, Akkana Peck wrote: snip That's one reason why GIMP isn't a good web design tool, though it's great for making individual graphics to use as part of a web page. Perhaps try an HTML forum to figure out where your HTML is going wrong? ...Akkana I'd also be willing

Re: [Gimp-user] Web resolution question

2010-01-27 Thread Paul Hartman
On Wed, Jan 27, 2010 at 8:57 AM, bigsk...@gmail.com wrote: Is there a typical or standard monitor resolution a web site should be designed for? The problem I'm having is that when I make a web page the pictures are in a different position as viewed from various computers. Any ideas? There

Re: [Gimp-user] Web resolution question

2010-01-27 Thread Paul Hartman
On Wed, Jan 27, 2010 at 5:06 PM, bigsk...@gmail.com wrote: The only problem isI have no idea how to set the width of my web page. I need to know the exact html code I'm supposed to use. Perhaps use the width or max-width CSS properties in the appropriate place on your page. Which one you

Re: [Gimp-user] Web resolution question

2010-01-27 Thread Programmer In Training
On 1/27/2010 4:43 PM, Paul Hartman wrote: snip You can use something like Google Analytics to see what your customers are using (assuming they have Javascript enabled...). Even if you only have Read Only access to your log files, you can use AWSTATs as well, although I'm not sure if it can

Re: [Gimp-user] Web resolution question

2010-01-27 Thread Programmer In Training
On 1/27/2010 5:33 PM, Paul Hartman wrote: On Wed, Jan 27, 2010 at 5:06 PM, bigsk...@gmail.com wrote: The only problem isI have no idea how to set the width of my web page. I need to know the exact html code I'm supposed to use. Perhaps use the width or max-width CSS properties in the