Re: Perfect Width for Your Online Content
Sandy Harris <sandyinchina -at- gmail -dot- com>
You have prodded one of my buttons. The perfect width
is user-controlled. Authors should not even try to set
When I bring up your site on my 1920-wide screen,
do not limit me to your 640 by 480 lowest common
denominator format. The text should flow to fill my
On the other hand, when I have a dozen windows
open and give you only a tiny one, that should work
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