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I use CSS and HTML and have basically designed the sites I am responsible for for 1028px width and they look ok on smaller resolution screens but poor on higher resolution screens - I suspect that this is because I use mainly fixed widths and px sizing and suspect I need to use % and ems to make it 'scale up' - anyone got a link to a tutorial or dicsussion on bes practise

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you should always try and use % and em. fixed widths are okay but fonts should always be in em.

you can go to w3schools. they have good tutorials on there that follows strict web standards.

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Even you used fixed widths, you should have all the tags within the container to make it center for higher resolutions without losing their original quality.

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