Da P3s7 wrote:
Well i'd definately prefer loosing that particular customer/etc/etc rather than losing all of those that are annoyed by your antique rez.
Think about that too....
Did you read what I said in my first post?
Fixed width = bad
Fluid width = good
I try to design to allow for minimum resolution, but create a fluid design. Creating a design that is not fixed with is challenging, and there are certainly compromises. But it's better than losing a customer. I personally hate sites that are fixed width and are either way larger or way smaller than my browser window. Too large and I either have to resize my window or scroll. Too small and I am not using my available space.
If you know your audience, and you know they're all computer fanatics with a 3000 x 2000 screen size and a T1 connection to their house, then go ahead and post your big pictures.