On the layout of elastic and solid width

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in the user’s display more and more today, before the layout of 1024*768 solid wide a little more on the big screen be inopportune or inappropriate, the user, on both sides of the empty space at first glance give the impression is a serious waste of the screen as a web designer, you have the responsibility to give the user a good user group interface.

of course, in order to reduce the waste of the screen, the elastic fluid layout is the best solution, it can make full use of screen space, no matter how much you are the resolution of the user, can enjoy the full screen display content. However, due to various restrictions, the current web pages are fully flexible, and the layout conditions are not yet available (especially for browser vendors who abuse standards and not fully support CSS standards, and so on). As a mediator between users and vendors, we can only adapt to the gap between the two in a compatible mindset. Therefore, as a solution to the transition, there is such a layout: flexibility + solid width layout.

is said to be elastic, referring to the background to adapt to the screen width, and the width of the width is to allow the text content, whether in widescreen or narrow screen can automatically center. Survive in the cracks to meet the needs of users of different sizes and resolutions. The design shown below is a typical example.

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