Text and Frame size seems to get larger on conventional Web Browsers?How to keep it the same as in F


E

eb7g

Hi

I used frontpage 2003 to design a webpage that is made with layout
frames going about 800 px wide and the number 3 font size. It looks good
on my laptop computer, where I designed it, the font size looks small
and crisp and the width is good, it sits in the the centre of the screen
with lots of white space at the left and right.

HOWEVER, when veiwed by any brower on any computer other than my laptop,
the text size seems to get one or two levels larger AND the webpage now
spans across the entire width of the page.

Is there a way to make it so that it appears like it was on my laptop?
Is there a way to lock the wide of the layout frame?

Thanks
 
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E

eb7g

eb7g said:
Hi

I used frontpage 2003 to design a webpage that is made with layout
frames going about 800 px wide and the number 3 font size. It looks good
on my laptop computer, where I designed it, the font size looks small
and crisp and the width is good, it sits in the the centre of the screen
with lots of white space at the left and right.

HOWEVER, when veiwed by any brower on any computer other than my laptop,
the text size seems to get one or two levels larger AND the webpage now
spans across the entire width of the page.

Is there a way to make it so that it appears like it was on my laptop?
Is there a way to lock the wide of the layout frame?

Thanks


Actually, having another look, it's probably a function of the text
size. When I make the text 75% smaller in Netscape, it then looks good.
Go figure. How do I lock it at the smaller size?
 
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M

Murray

You cannot lock text sizing. But why not post a link to your page - there
may be other solutions for you.
 

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