If this is found somewhere else, I'm sorry for bring it back up, I just could not find it anywhere.
My problem is that I have a webpage that is setup using <div> and is designed at 1024. I recently had someone tell me that it does not look good on their machine, which is set and 800. So, I redesigned to 800 and it checked it. OK. Went back to 1024, and yes it was visible an it would work, but I didn't like how the layout looked.
I have seen where java can resize a pop-up window by the resolution of the end users computer. Can java be used in the initial load to select different CSS files to be determined by the resolution of the users computer?
So, if a computer is set for 1024 - CSS1024 is selected; if a computer is set to 800 - CSS800 is selected; or, if another is set to 200 (such as a handheld) - CSS200 is selected.
If I am way off base, just let me know. Since I switched to <div>, I prefer it over <table>.