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Is there a way using HTML or CSS to make a webpage layout to look the same when viewed at differnet resolutions. Everything seems to get out of allignment when viewed at different resolutions.


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One way is to use your code to set everything set with pixel sizes rather than with percentages. This can cause headaches though as you have to count every pixel you use to ensure you get no extra bits or chunks missing.

You could use a table at a set width and or height and then add your content inside it so it is contained at your desired size no matter what screen res people have.