768 is not a particularly large width these days.
Just how small a viewport are you attempting to design for?
sorry, the width is 1024 and the higth is 768.
On a 15.4" Screen (MacBook Pro), the width of 1024px is being displayed completely, whereas the lower part of the page is cut. My question was, if there is any possibility to tell the browsers to zoom automatically so that the page can be viewed completely.
Apologies Alex -
Had a "senior moment" there.
I don't know any way to resize image based on viewport.
thank you very much!
I wish you a nice day
Can you possibly set the image as a background? This explains how: http://css-tricks.com/how-to-resizeable-background-image/
Then you could put either a variable-width or fixed-width wrapper in to hold your content on top of the body background.
thank you for your message.
Actually there is more than only one image. Imagine the page like a puzzle of 25 slices being all of them with a mouse-over effect. The sum of width and highth of all of them is 1024x768px. So it will probably not be possible to use the background option (?)
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If I'm imagining what you're trying to do correctly I'd suggest you rethink your strategy, or use Flash instead. Flash is a pretty horrible option for anything aside from video these days though.