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    I remember seeing a URL in a forum about a site you can go to and view your web site in different pixel/screen settings. I could have sworn I bookmarked it, but can't find it. I also did a search of the forum and didn't come up with that post. I do belong to one other forum so am not sure which one I got this URL from.

    Was it from someone here? Does anyone here have this web site address?

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    It may have been I who mentioned that. I have used a couple of programs that do that, but I have downloaded them from http://download.com. I am not sure what they were named, I think one of them was BrowserSizer.

    Do a search at http://download.com and http://tucows.com and you are sure to find it.

    Keep us posted!

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    That was it! Thanks a bunch I downloaded it and used it.

    On the downside my site does not look as good in webtv and 640x480. (My side link bar, with buttons, shows up with a scroll bar) Looks good in 1024x768 though, which surprised me...........

    Thanks again
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    No problem.

    I will be using the program soon too.

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    I think its called either BrowserSizer or BrowserWare...something like that. I personally didn't like it...seemed really buggy and was fairly confusing...



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    The editor I have, lets you view you site in the 3 main resolutions. AceExpert if you care to know.

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    just in case you're curious, Dreamweaver has seven default resolutions and screen sizes from which you can view your page while you work on it, including WebTV!

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    The one I have is called Browserola.

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    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote/font><HR>Originally posted by dlee:
    I remember seeing a URL in a forum about a site you can go to and view your web site in different pixel/screen settings. I could have sworn I bookmarked it, but can't find it. I also did a search of the forum and didn't come up with that post. I do belong to one other forum so am not sure which one I got this URL from.

    Was it from someone here? Does anyone here have this web site address?
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Sorry, I don't have the Web address. However, I have another suggestion. AceHTML has an internal viewer that let you switch between each resolution. It could help you preview your site.

    Download a copy here: http://www.visicommedia.com




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