I've been working on my website today, adding a page and editing a couple of others. I've looked at them on Firefox, Safari, Netscape, and IE. On all four browsers they show up and fit the screen. But I'm using an iMac. Do they look OK on a Windows machine?
Steve, they look fine.
I use Google Chrome, and on my computer, the pages overfill the screen width by about 15%.
Otherwise they look fine.
I viewed all your pages. Looks great on my windows machine using internet explorer.
The pages look good but I have one issue. It's undoubtedly due to my screen resolution settings (1366 x 768) but I need to scroll the images side to side to see all the content. FWIW I'm using Chrome on a Windows 7 laptop.
OK, thanks. I'll look into the Chrome thing.
Looks great. Using Firefox on a Win 7 desktop.
Steve, it's resolution not Chrome, I just brought up IE 10 and have the same issue.
They all work for me on old IE, Google Chrome, and FireFox. On my system the pages are all too big to display, but all I have to do is go ctrl and roll the mouse button to make it fit.
On an old version IE I use 65% and it fits fine. On the other versions -- I'm not sure what percentage as I do not see them displayed.
Great information -- thank you for writing it and sharing it.
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Looks Great Steve....Frankly, I had no idea that "the old geezer" had it in him to do modern technology! (Maybe there's hope for this old dog to learn).
As for the necessity to move "side to side" - Mark S. and Walt B... try this =
depress and hold the ctrl button, and press once or twice on the "minus" sign on your keyboard. That will make the print slightly smaller, but still legible for these old eyes and hopefully your younger ones, and negates the need to move the screen sideways.
Congratulations Steve - nicely done! Did you get the roof finished?
Someday I'll maybe learn to type faster!! Hap has the answer for those keyboards without the number keys.
first parts every.....
I can not read the last words in the right end of the sentences, they go right off the screen.
That's even after moving everything to the left after reading each sentence.
Everything fine with a Acer Tablet, android and the chrome app.
Mine works perfect on Chrome. Just about the only thing that does.
I'm on chrome/windows 7. everything is perfect here!
Looks good on my IE XP here.
I don't know much about computers, but I have to do the same thing as you.
If the page over fills the screen, the hit control- and the page will be smaller, my eyesight is crap so I tend to zoom in on my computer.
Windows 7, Google Chrome. Everything looks great. I tend to use a higher screen resolution for video editing so it all fits fine. Great pages too!
OK on Windows 8.
CTRL and the + key will make the page bigger while CTRL and the - key will make it smaller. Both go in steps. Same as using the mouse roller with the CTRL key.
My computer is desk top MAC. On all three URLs in your first message----the picture overflows the monitor on the right about 15 %
Using control and minus sign does nothing.
Hello Steve, Firefox 26.0 running with Ubuntu Linux. Had to use "ctrl -" to reduce size then it was absolutely fine. Some great stuff there thanks for sharing. John (UK)
Firefox on Linux - A little to large for my resolution, but I can live with that.
Steve, it looks like you addressed the page width issue with Google Chrome, well done, thankyou!
I am running Ubuntu Which is a Unix operating system, with Foxfire.
Your pages are a little wide but no problem.
I drank a small bottle of wine tonight while perusing your web site and enjoyed it immensely.
The wine and your site that is!
Steve- If your program allows- and if you have the setting-- choose to center the table alignment and limit the width of the table to 650 pixels and the site should fit on any computer monitor that is viewing your page.
On this page, you are telling people where to get books. The books are good, but I wonder, are those details still current? Barb McCalley?
Apologies if it's all OK.
Dont know about coputor stuff Steve but your doing
fine as is. Hmmmmm buflow nickles I got plenty of
them. Here we drill pennies for washers which
equills 3cent to buy em and 5 bucks of gas to get
them. My four dip pan has all pennies for washers
Holy smokes, talk about spelling. why cant we edit.