If your site is busy enough you should do a user survey once in a while, they are the ones who will know. I do newspaper sites and we run with 1024x768 because our users are happy with it first and because the industry uses it second. As it happens I run my own machine at 1920x1200 and the guy across the desk from me thinks I should go up another step. H On 20/05/2010 21:53, Kimberley Rivero wrote: > Don't forget that not all users will run their web browsers full > screen. I run my browser full screen on my netbook and my laptop, but > never, ever do so on my big huge desktop monitor. The reason I have a > large monitor is so that I can have multiple apps open and visible on > the screen at once. > > - Kim > -- Hugh Miller Web Developer Clyde& Forth Press Ltd Tel: +44-01475-726511 Fax: +44-01475-783734 Email: hmiller at cfpress.co.uk This e-mail and any attachments are confidential and intended solely for the addressee. If you have received it in error, please inform the sender and delete it immediately. The views or opinions contained within this email may not be those of Clyde& Forth Press Ltd, which accepts no liability for any damage caused by the transmission of any viruses. E-mail traffic is monitored within Clyde& Forth Press Ltd and messages may be viewed. Clyde& Forth Press Ltd is a company registered in Scotland (SC132609) with its registered office at Pitreavie Business Park, Dunfermline, Fife, KY11 8QS. -- This message has been scanned for viruses and dangerous content by MailScanner, and is believed to be clean.