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4 Comments

  1. Stephen R says:

    I would like to see the Widget-making tutorial you talked about doing. :)

    (BTW — this site assumes a wide browser. Very cramped on smaller screen!)

  2. Kaspars says:

    Stephen, thank you for reminding me that — I’ll definitely add it to the planned articles list.

    Regarding the browser width, could you please tell me the resolution of the monitor you are using? I have designed this layout to have the same content width both in 1024px and wider browsers (I am using 1440x900px or the wider laptop monitor).

    Your thoughts and ideas on how to improve the layout would be really helpful. The more I look to this design, the more I feel confused about the elements visitors do see first and would like to see.

  3. Stephen R says:

    laptop with 1024×768 resolution, but I _rarely_ run the browser in fullscreen. I have to resize for your site, where most other sites adjust without too much problem.

    My best suggestion is that you set a min-width for the content area.

  4. Kaspars says:

    Stephen, I have always avoided using min-width because of the horizontal scrollbar which in my opinion is much worse than squeezed but readable content. Maybe setting the min-width for the whole content area to a value which doesn’t make the main content column narrower than 470px is a good idea. Thanks for the suggestion.

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