1 Reply Latest reply on May 4, 2010 10:02 PM by martcol

    issue with page dimension & background images

    mnecmonic0000

      Hi adobe

       

      question1:

      how do you actually determine the dimension of your webpage?

      is it determine by resolutio?

      or it by size?

      i dont understand the compatibility of the size of the web page because people view the web page on different sizes of monitor/screen,

      some in mobile devices. how do we actually determine it actually fit into a particular size of screen??

       

      question2:

      i have insert the back ground image for my web page but, problem:

      how do make edition on that images such as

      -->changing the size

      -->positioning

      -->set the transparency/ opacity

      -->centering the background images (most important!!)

      are there any other features that i can edit for the background images?

       

      Please help

       

      Thanks

       

      dw user

        • 1. Re: issue with page dimension & background images
          martcol Level 4

          mnecmonic0000 wrote:


          question1:

          how do you actually determine the dimension of your webpage?

           

          I think it's you that makes that decision.  There was a question on the forum very recently asking something like,"What resolution do you design for?"  Increasingly, people have larger monitors but at the same time, people are using much smaller monitors (mobile devices).  You need to think about your target audience and design for that and work out how important all the other formats are to you.  Starting out with a flexible design is not always the easiest thing but if you are confident, have a go with that.

           

          Changing the size of a background image is another issue: http://forums.adobe.com/thread/629094?tstart=120

           


          question2:


          are there any other features that i can edit for the background images?

           

           

          Here's some information on CSS and background: http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_background.asp

           

          Martin