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    Default Page Fitting Script?

    Hi I was just wondering if someone can point me to a script that resizes a website to the amount of content on the page?

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    resize, horizontally or vertically? as far as i know vertical is automatic, i don't recommend a webpage wider then the screen, as people are used to scrolling up and down

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    Default Hi... resize vertically

    The page is long and when I put something on it, it wants to go from the middle outwards. So it means I have to put a heap of content on it before it looks full. I would like it to just snap to the length of the content that is on the page and if I add more it stretches to suit.

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    i think i understand what your talking about, do you have a link i could take a look at

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    Default Just worked out how to manually do it....

    but 'auto resize' would be great...

    Thanks heaps for looking

    http://www.petrolsaverbike.com/
    (currently just on sub domain until hosting is ready)

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    ok, so is this you site or, an example because the lenght of this website is due to automatic resizing, no code is needed for this, just keep adding stuff and it will stretch

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    yes is my site and I was having problems getting the site down to a SMALLER size but found some ticks on that fixed it... thanks heaps for looking

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    Smile resize

    hi Great idea with the motor,,
    i just had a look at your source code

    <frameset rows="100%,*" border="0">
    <frame src="http://www.placegetters.com/psb-website/index.htm" frameborder="0" />
    <frame frameborder="0" noresize />
    </frameset>

    the code should be in your index.htm or home file

    try reducing your frame row to 80% it should make it all fit in most browsers better, or if your handy with css, your much better off in the long run, most search engines hate frames and will not read your content. and as a bonus once you have css, your fix time is slashed,

    also if you need any free website promotion tools
    www.freecomputerscripts.com

    there is a free website promotion section ive just started with really effective and easy to use tools.

    PS, the site ranked no1 on google search. so they work really well

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    Hi thanks for the website.

    I am new at this, so how do I get rid of the frame and just have a NORMAL website?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussieone
    I am new at this, so how do I get rid of the frame and just have a NORMAL website?
    Huh? Frames are a normal part of the website, it just depends how you use it.
    If you remove the frames now, then they'll have to be massive redesigning.
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