There was a time when 800x600 resolution was used for websites because 14" monitors was IN but now they are used very less. Now 17" monitors have taken their place.
So the usage of monitors will decide what website resolution to be used? or you will see the content of your site, if you have more content you will use 1024 resolution and if you have less content then you will go with 800 resolution.
How do you decide that?
I prefer setting the website resolution based on the size of the content. If you have less content and you use 1024 resolution then your site will have lots of empty space, vice versa for more content and less resolution.
What is your thought about it?
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For me, I would set my screen resolution no matter the content. I would just "organize" the content to make the page layout more pleasing to the eye. According to w3schools, as of January 2010 "most computers are using a screen resolution of 1024x768 pixels or higher"…
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