Chapter 5

Handling Multiple Screen Resolutions with CSS 3

One of the hardest things to deal with when designing websites is the myriad of different user configurations you might encounter. Modern web browsers and operating systems are highly configurable, and different options can affect how your web application is viewed. In this chapter, we’ll talk specifically about screen resolution—or the number of pixels on the screen—and how one can accommodate varying resolution settings using CSS 3.

A History of Tired Eyes and Resolution Evolution

If you’ve ever used a computer late into the night, perhaps after a long day of work, you might have discovered a helpful trick: You can change the size of the objects on the screen to make reading them easier ...

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