To make the site truly fluid you'll need to use relative size units (em, %)
in place of pixels. This will ensure that container elements change size in
proportion to the font contained therein.

Regards

Scott Swabey
Lafinboy Productions
www.lafinboy.com

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Sent: Friday, 25 November 2005 10:51 AM
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Subject: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems


look at my menu
http://65.36.226.10/content/catalog.cfm

which is fine until you increase the browsers text size to large then
thereare some problems such as overflowing and such and if you use overflow
it adds scrollbars even when it's technically not overflowing.

Anyone have any good suggestions for this?

tia

dave

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