I am developing a website in asp.net.How can i make my web pages view same in different screen resolutions.I am using 1024*768 resolution
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Edited by Nancy Michell
MSDN Magazine April 2005
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I am developing a web site which is targeted for 1280x800 screen resolution.
Right now i developing the site in 1024x768 resolution.
I am using percentages only with respect to width & height.
Please help me in achieving this for 1280x800 resolution.
Thanks is advance.
I am using Visual Studio 2008 + Enterprise Library 4.1 + SqlServer 2008 for development. I have a fixed div which I am using as a footer in my application. the CSS code is below...Problem is that if I browse the application on 1024 x 768 pixels it works great but when i change the resolution up to 1280 x 800 pixels the image inside the div change its position. I want this to appear same on every resolution...any suggestions or workaround.
width : 783px;
I have a master page where i've defined this div and below is the HTML code.
<%@ Master Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="true" CodeFile="MasterPage.master.cs" Inherits="MasterPage" %>
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
<head id="Head1" runat="server">
<link href="../App_Themes/style.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />
I have designed the SharePoint landing page with screen resolution of 1024x768. The layout is desined with 3 column. The header images are designed for fixed size for the above resolution only.
It looks good for the users having 1024x768 screen resol. But for few users who have bigger resolution like 1280x720 & wider screens, the header images still shows the same size and thus the body (three column layout) expanded. As a result there
is an empty space in the right side of the header.
Is there anyway to get the screen to resize automaticlly for all the users?
scrollViewer1.Height = Screen.PrimaryScreen.Bounds.Height / 5;
If I run this application in 15 inch monitor whether it will change the position of the control or it will give the look and feel what i expected.
If it will chnage the positioning,please suggest how to poistion the control to support all screens widths.
I am converting windows form to a bitmap file using DrawToBitmap method. My code looks like this.
Dim wid As Integer = 760 ' Me.Width
Dim hgt As Integer = 780 ' Me.Height
Dim bm As New Bitmap(wid, hgt)
Me.DrawToBitmap(bm, New Rectangle(0, 0, wid, hgt))
bm.Save(CurDir() & "\sample.bmp")
This code work fine on desktop/laptop with the screen resolution 1024 x 768 or above. If I use app on a table pc – with the screen resolution is 800 x 480, the image gets cropped.
Any suggestion or alternate mode.
We are design page layouts for SharePoint 2010 web site using Divs. What screen resolution should we go for? 1024
* 768 or 1440 * 900?
For what screen resolution, SharePoint 2010 has been designed?
I have a issue where I need to resolve quickly
I have a div element and within the div element I show a gridview.
The gridview is being rendered with the help of template fields.
I am using
<asp:table width 100%>
item is bound here
All this is shown within a div element.
I actually have set the width and height of the gridview by setting the height and width of the div element.
However when the screen resolution changes then there is a lot of space left on the bottom and to the right.
Please help..I have gone through other posts and tried setting the height on the onload function but the height is fixed and only a part of the data is shown , one cannot see the entire data.
In my case setting a fixed width and height of the div element(which is being done in CSS) causes the gridview to be small but the entire data is scrollable...
I am using a asp:Label control and I need to set it to visible if the screen resolution of the user is nore then 1000 pixels.
How do I do that?
I have built an application which calls two dialog boxes defined in a .rc file.
When this application was run on a computer with a screen resolution of 600 x 800
the dialog boxes were not fully displayed. How can I automatically adjust for different screen resolutions?