Maybe, but there are
things that you can easily do to make it look better until we
get a clue. Follow the easy instructions if you're suffering from
any of the issues below.
Your frickin' page
is too damn wide - Bullshit! Your resolution is too low! If
you have any version of Windows (98/ME/NT/XP/etc) this is easy
to fix. 1. Minimize all open windows (after reading these
instructions of course.) 2. Using your right mouse button,
click once on an empty area on your desktop. (The "My Computer"
icon and other such icons are not examples of empty desktop real
estate. Likewise, the left mouse button is not a good substitute
for the right one in this case.) 3. Click on "Properties"
(with either button!) 4. Click on the "Settings"
tab towards the top of the "Display Properties" window.
5. Using your left mouse button and the ever-complicated
click-and-drag technique, move the "Screen area" slider
thingy one, two, or even three notches to the right. (This is
sort of like "salt and pepper to taste," so use that
better judgment your parents always told you you had.) 6.
Click the "OK" button. 7. Voila! Enjoy the web as it
was meant to be in the twenty-first century.
Your lame page isn't
too wide, but it looks all disjointed and otherwise jacked up
- Whatever. Are you blind? Nutscrcape and Internet Exploder both
have controls for font size. Some blind kook set yours too high.
In the latest version of Mozilla or NS, click "view"
and then change the "text size" to 100% or smaller.
In the latest IE release, click "view" and then change
the "text size" to "Medium" or smaller. Or,
if you're al smart and stuff, send us the correct CSS tags to
keep our font size where we want it. Sure, we could use google
to learn this in a few minutes, but maybe you know the CSS stuff
already and just want to tell us. Right?
But when I follow
the advice above, I can't see. It's so tiny - It's time to
get a new pair of glasses and a larger monitor. Don't be such
else sucks about you page - Try upgrading to the latest version
of Mozilla, Netscape or even sucky Internet Explorer. You'll be
happier when you do.