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From: <sifyalok@sify.com>
Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2001 09:50:22 +0500 (IST)
To: w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
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Hi All,

I am doing a very large website which is meant for a very wide audience. The clinet would not want to miss even smaller percentages (which use 640x480) resolutions.

Following approaches are suggested:

1. Keep tables in percentage and not in pixels
in larger resolution the spread of text will increase, thus reducing online readability
2. Check for client resolution and throw the page accordingly
download time would increase (theoraticle analysis, no data yet)	
development time should also go up

What else can be done, and any oter advantages or disadvantages with above 2?

Alok Jain
Sr.Interaction Manager
Satyam Infoway Ltd.
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