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    Hello,

    I am trying to build a website with a perfect width for all sorts of screen resolutions. The most prominent suggestion I have seemed seemed to find so far is putting up a body tag and making its width 100%. But that is not working. Do I also have to adjust the percentages of all other elements in the website like divisions and fonts to fit a ratio? What about images? How will they work out? Any assistance will be truly appreciated.

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    you need to learn responsive web design, look at this link for examples on how to do it
    http://designinstruct.com/roundups/html5-frameworks/

    this link http://www.initializr.com/ from that page is a good one because you can customize a template fast and choose twitter bootstrap and initalizer in the choices of setup

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    You should also read this tutorial: learn.shayhowe.com/advanced-html-css/responsive-web-design/

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