Discussion in 'Software' started by TheMusician, 29 Sep 2009.
Work: 1680x1050 + 1280x1024
Personally I still take into account 800 width into websites, but use a fluid layout. Mostly because people often view web pages in a window, rather than full screen. Also the popularity of netbooks should be taken into account.
A site I'm currently working on has a min width of 754px and a max width of 1600px, controlled by the CSS file. To force IE compatibility I've included minmax.js.
There are a few exceptions on pages which have flash elements, such as the video player, where the min-width is set slightly larger.
If you can I'd make a netbook-friendly version (maybe through a link?). Nothing worse than not being able to view a site properly, and netbooks are definitely on the rise.
1920 by 1200, and a Netbook.
Trust me, i'm well aware that this site isn't the norm. It's just two separate questions. Thanks guys.
I think i'll use a flexible DIV layout for my site then.
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I run two 1,920 x 1,200 monitors side-by-side and still need more desktop .
Its definitely worth accommodating 1024*768, nothing worse than trying to navigate a site that doesn't on a small screen.
Laptop 1: 1280*800 (+ 1680*1050 usually)
Laptop 2: 1280*800
Laptop 3: 1280*800
Desktop: 1680*1050 + 1280*1024
HTPC 1 (occasional browsing): 1920*1080
HTPC 2 (less occasional browsing) 1280*720
This thread was in general, where polls are disabled for sub-Mod because we had a glut of threads with polls for a while.
Now it's here OP can add a poll.
I did not know that - I blame Joe. It's always Joe's fault.
2560 x 1600. 30" rocks.
Primary PC: 1680x1050. Going to get another (1680x1050) screen soon.
Secondary PC: 1680x1050 aswell. The ol' Geforce FX5600 doesn't really cut though...
At home: 1280*800, 1280*1024, 1680*1050
Having seen a good bunch of Google Analytics reports, i'd say it's VERY dependant on your target audience.
If you target is a bunch of no-pc people, 1024*768 is a good measure.
For IT crowd one can normally assume (in my personal experience) expect 1280*800 at least, maybe 1280*1024.
Desktop 1: 5760x1080
Desktop 2: 1280x1024
Desktop 3: 1280x854? (iMac)
Desktop 1: 1680x1050
Desktop 2: 1280x1024
Laptop 1: 1024x768
Desktop: 1920 x 1200
Laptop: 1440 x 900
Laptop: 1280 x 800
Dock Station: 1280 x 1024
Did anyone say that both have to be in landscape mode? Put one in portrait and there you go. A screenshot just for you I could be using both in landscape but this setup works better for me and keeps the primary right in front of me. Also portrait uses less space, for example 60cm vs 40cm in my case.
17" iiyama - 1280x1024
32" LG HDTV - 1920x1080
1680 x 1050 today, ordered a Dell U2410 arriving tomorrow then 1920 X 1200
1400x1050x32bpp 60Hz for the laptop... on a 12" screen.
I think the desktop 17" LCD runs at 1280x1024.
I'm hoping to get hold of the twin to my desktop monitor and go dual..
2*1600x1200 @ work
2*1680x1050 @home pc1
1 * 1680x1050 + 1 * 1280x1024 on gaming pc
and 1920X1080 on htpc
gf's laptop 1440x900
afaik al new pcs ship with at least a 1280x1024 / 1440x900 montior now i would develop to 1024 x 768 so it fits in both
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