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    Luigi Benelli
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    Hallo Fusion friends,

    can any one help me with the following problem: how can you, under Fusion,
    obtain a site which is screen-resolution independent?

    Thanks in advance

    Peace and success to all of you

    Luigi Benelli
    Florence
    Italy



  2. #2
    Walter Lauzon
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    I'd check the "Center in browser" box.

    Walter
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    "Luigi Benelli" <lben1@tiscali.it> wrote in message
    news:en6fbd$krd2@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > Hallo Fusion friends,
    >
    > can any one help me with the following problem: how can you, under Fusion,
    > obtain a site which is screen-resolution independent?
    >
    > Thanks in advance
    >
    > Peace and success to all of you
    >
    > Luigi Benelli
    > Florence
    > Italy
    >
    >




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    hello there.

    i am having the same issue here. i have tried checking the "center in browser" box to no prevail.

    can anyone help me with the other settings needed on the site to make this work. i am pretty much a noob and i feel like these are obvious settings that im missing. so please, no answer or reply is too obvious or dumb.

    thank you so much! this has been driving me nuts!

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    How to center in versions prior to v11 (which worked): http://alt-web.com/Tutorials/centered.html

    Oh, and if by 'Liquid' you mean Responsive output that changes the width of the window depending on the device the site is being viewed on, you can't do it with NoF (yet. I'm pretty sure they're working on it as it is a definite requirements going forward). You will have to hand-code in one of the many free responsive boilerplates out there. (Check out Boostrap - google for it).
    Last edited by franko; 12-10-2013 at 09:12 PM.

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    If you want a page that will grow from narrow to wide all you need to do is http://www.gotfusion.com/tutsKS/master_layout_3.cfm

    You do lose the masterborder functionality using zeromargins
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    thanks a lot guys.

    as i said, im pretty new to designing but having fun. hope this isnt too challenging.

    ill check out the links and work on it!

    thanks

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