Understand how to plan changes in the resolution of the screen when web designing your website is very important because it ensures your site makes a good thought to visitors.
Even though his Website can display properly on the computer screen, other people who visit your site may be using a computer with a screen resolution another way. For them, part of your site can be hidden or that they can see a large amount of unused space in the margin.
A brief screen resolution
First, a brief overview of what is the screen resolution: everything that appears on a computer screen consists of thousands of tiny points of light called pixels.
The image of the flower below shows what appear to pixels. A small area of the image (4 pixels wide by 3 pixels high), has been enlarged. Each pixel appears as a square. When many of these pixels are placed together, create the image visible on the screen.
Most of the screens can be configured to display a number of pixels. The more pixels a monitor is configured to display, the larger the area that can be seen.
What this means to you when web designing your site
Characteristic screen resolutions are 640 x 480 pixels, 800 x 600 pixels (the most common all through the world today), 1024 x 768 and more.
It is quite good enough for Web pages to require people to scroll down to see more of a page. However, a problem arises when the width of a web page than the horizontal viewing area of a monitor, because part of the website will be hidden from view.
As an example, if a site is designed for a 1024 x 768 screen part of it is hidden from the people who visit your site using an 800 x 600 screen, and forcing them to move without cause both up and down and horizontally.
This scenario would lead to a bad Web browsing experience, and could lead to visitors leaving your site quickly.
How can we solve this problem?
Fortunately, the solution is relatively simple. Here are two tips you can incorporate into your own site:
Use the 800 x 600 for standard Web design
The screen sizes are increasingly on new computers today. However, the average screen size of computers accessing the Internet today is 800 x 600 pixels.
Although the number of vertical pixels does not matter much when designing web sites (most of the websites that require the user to scroll down), the number of horizontal pixels is important (the majority of Internet users will not be willing to scroll vertically when you visit a site that is too large).
After taking into account the width required for a scroll bar and part of the Web browser window, the web design of a website to 800 x 600 pixels standard allows a website design by approximately 740 pixels wide.
To help guide on how to 740 pixels wide, that is, we have created a "roadmap 740 pixels" image you want. Suffice it to temporarily place the image on the top of your site while the web design. The image will indicate how large fixed content (including images) can be.
You can download the guide pixel of the image http://www.visualsindia.com/images/home_01.jpg (for download, click the hyperlink and select 'Save' option).
Working with percentages
Many non-image elements on a webpage, including tables and horizontal rules, it can have its width particular as a value per cent.
Identify the width of the objects on your pages per cent as fixed values in place of the values of pixels ensures that the width of the web page will become visible proportionately the same on all computer screens, regardless of their size.