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Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by begud4me, Feb 10, 2005.

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  1. begud4me

    begud4me Thread Starter

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    Hi I was wondering if someone could point me in the direction of a tutorial or tell me how to either always keep my website centered in the browser or lock the size of the viewers window it comes up in? Right now my site is just justified up in the left hand corner of the open IE window. Also I want to display some pictures on the page and was wondering how to set it up where they can click next or prev buttons to scroll through them without the whole page having to re-load. If you dont have time to explain just tell wheat these things are called so i can go look for tutorials. Thanks for your help in advance.
     
  2. EmotionStar

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    You could use javascript to resize the user's window but there's the chance a popup killer or even the user may not like it. Using javascript you could also detect the viewer's resolution and load a corresponding frameset page to keep everything centered but that could be tedious. Using Flash is another alternative but that's a lot to learn for just this purpose.
    As for the picture browsing, javascript comes in handy here as well.. Though it's possible to achieve this without any scripting at all, just use frames and put the back/forward buttons on the pages containing the graphics.

    In either case, you can find what you're looking for at these two sites:
    http://www.crays.com/jsc
    http://www.free-javascripts.com
    Good luck!

    ~EmotionStar
     
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