I developed a website actually a simulation of a program on my 17.3 inch laptop. When I come to another machine for example a 15 inch laptop witch has a different screen size(diagonal) my html tags won't compensate, so I have to scroll through the website to see all my html tags(for example boxes etc...) Is it because i applied absolute positioning and should I change it to relative or is there something else that I should take care and be aware?
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If you want your site to be responsive to different screen sizes you may want to look at using media queries and read up on "responsive web design".
But I'd say that it all depends.. Say if the site is going to be accessed by traditional pcs where you know …
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