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I need to know how to set an html page to only open at a set size. I had learned this in my basic htm code class a long time ago but have forgotten and can't seem to find any instructions about how to do this.

I have dreamweaver 8 but am pretty new in the software and can't seem to find any help in the Help section

Thanks

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There is no such thing as a "page size" in HTML. The user can size their browser to any size they wish. That's as it should be.

JavaScript does provide, however, a window.resize() method. Using it creates a very negative user experience. The only way I've seen this work well is for your main page to open a new window, and size the new window. Use the window.open() method.

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I have a similar problem. I am designing a website but would like it so that if someone using a smaller screen is viewing the site, my site shrink to fit there browser size. But I would also like it to stop shrinking at a certain size

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hi every one
this is the way to set HTML page

<HTML>
<HEAD>
<TITLE>A simple frameset document</TITLE>
</HEAD>
<FRAMESET cols="20%, 80%">
  <FRAMESET rows="100, 200">
      <FRAME src="contents_of_frame1.html">
      <FRAME src="contents_of_frame2.gif">
  </FRAMESET>
  <FRAME src="contents_of_frame3.html">
  <NOFRAMES>
      <P>This frameset document contains:
      <UL>
         <LI><A href="contents_of_frame1.html">Some neat contents</A>
         <LI><IMG src="contents_of_frame2.gif" alt="A neat image">
         <LI><A href="contents_of_frame3.html">Some other neat contents</A>
      </UL>
  </NOFRAMES>
</FRAMESET>
</HTML>

Edited by Ezzaral: Added code tags. Please use them to format any code that you post.

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With a few wee changes I managed to get that code to work with my site.

Cheers
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monkeymack2

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framesets are outdated, and if you were to look ath the results of whatever code you developed from the BS supplied as a fix on any other browsers or screen resolution, it looks nothing like you expect
current best practice for screen layout ueses ems and % sized elements as per W3c guidelines, and nothing uses frames

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