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Jun 22, 2012, 04:03 #1
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How can I stop IE9 from displaying my site way bigger than it's meant to be?
It seems Internet Explorer 9 likes to stretch my websites so they fill the screen a bit more. I find this rather presumptuous as the sites need a bit of space around them to sit nicely and please the eye. Here's an example:
I designed it to be 990px wide whereas IE9 stretches this to 1240 pixels. This also affects the picture quality which I'm not happy with.
Is there a way to stop this in IE?
Jun 22, 2012, 05:50 #2
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Perhaps you have (accidentally) zoomed your page or something, because it looks fine in IE9 to me (identical to Chrome, Firefox et al.).
Jun 22, 2012, 10:29 #3
And there is the problem, you designed your site way to depended on pixel perfection. Heaven forbid a user comes along with a giant monitor or is hard of sight thus runs with higher DPI setting and zoomed in browser settings.Logic without the fatal effects.
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