PESO - River Thames

Bob W-PDML pdml at web-options.com
Wed Sep 12 04:38:41 EDT 2018


96 is the magic number. Make it so that the long edge is 96 units, eg 960 pixels, and everything else falls into place. 

> On 12 Sep 2018, at 09:12, Steve Cottrell <cotty at seeingeye.tv> wrote:
> 
> Gonna need a bigger screen ;-)
> 
> Thanks mate I will ponder on that and might adjust it accordingly.
> 
> 
> 
> On 11/9/18, Igor PDML-StR, discombobulated, unleashed:
> 
>> 
>> 1600 x 1200 is too large.
>> Even on the screen where I have 1920x1200 resolution, it is very seldom 
>> that I have the browser window open to the full screen, as I usually do 
>> many things in parallel on my computer.
>> My laptop has even smaller screen resolution. So, your 1600 pixels do not 
>> fit in the browser window (and laptop's screen).
>> Instead of the photo being aligned on the left side, there is a huge empty 
>> margin on the left.
>> 
>> Actually, the image itself is 800x800px. So, having that table 1600 px 
>> wide is rather strange.
>> 
>> Here is how your page looks in my browser:
>> http://42graphy.org/cotty/SC-page.jpg
>> 
>> 
>> Overall, my personal opinion is that a photo should be easily visible on 
>> the screen of the targeted audience without scrolling (either vertical or 
>> horizontal).
>> 
>> A lot of people around me are using laptops. Until recently, most laptops 
>> were with XGA screens (1024x768), and then some with the "wide-screen" 
>> aspect 1280x720 or 1280x800.
>> So, I was trying to keep the photos within 900x600 px, to allow for the
>> browser frame, headers, etc.
>> Gradually (and especially since many laptop screens are now 1366x768 or 
>> higher), I've relaxed those to 700x700 for the square format.
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