David Kaufman wrote: > The design doesn't fit on a 1024 wide monitor? When did 1280 become the > new lowest common denominator?? Surprising that, if the middle column is > stretchy, it's not degrading gracefully to 1024. The fluidity only "grows > it" on 1280 pixels wide (or better)? Anyway the site appears fixed-width, > and far too wide, on this 1024-width laptop. ?? While the laptop I'm on is 1440x900, I just opened up the site in an existing browser window that's 1015x638 (per the FF webdev toolbar), and I don't have any horizontal scrollbar, and I can see all the content. What platform are you on? > Ha. My clients would laugh me out of the conference room. Real sites have > to be usable by real people, many of whom (out here south of Upper > Designersburg) don't all have new graphics cards and wide flat screens :-) I suspect ALA's audience is primarily, er, not those "real people". :-) -- Hassan Schroeder ----------------------------- hassan at webtuitive.com Webtuitive Design === (+1) 408-621-3445 === http://webtuitive.com dream. code.