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Check out the tutorial here for some ideas...not really changing the browser window size, but adjusting the layout of elements based on the window size:
Ad, it's not clear what you mean (at least not to me).
You're using the word "browser" twice, as in "i just want the HTML browser window to re adjust and fill each users browser."
Did you mean "screen" on the second occasion? If so, that would just mean that you need to make the browser window full-screen, but that conflicts with your first sentence.
Can you clarify? Let's use examples. The screen is 1024x768, the browser window is opened to 800x 600 and your movie is 600x400 pixel. What do you want to achieve?
Forget it. I see you posted this again, slightly differently written. That other post was clear, and SMB has already answered it.
Sorry, Im even Confusing myself.
'if screen is 1024x768, the browser window is opened to 800x 600 and your movie is 600x400 pixel. What do you want to achieve?'
What i want to happen each time the site is opened, is the browser window to open at 800x600 central within the users screen. (i want to lock the size of the browser at 800x600 and it to open central within the screen)
Does this make any more sense?
800x600 is an understandable setting, and if your page is designed that way than be it. However I wouldn't center in the screen because you might make users like me who have a number of windows open on a large screen (I use 1400x1050) unhappy. And you can't control anyway what's around outside the browser window, so why attempt to have it in a specific place?
Just my 5 cents