HTML & CSS
How do I adjust the header size to fit n any screen resolution?
This is the website: http://nelsonnaibert.com.br/
Hope you can helo me.
Thanks a lot!
Even on small screens, the header link is still set to:
<font color='"#FF0000"'>width: 997px;</font>
background: url(http://nelsonnaibert.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/NNaibert_Header9.gif) no-repeat 0 0;
margin: 0 auto;
and you still have that big background image. You could switch to a different image, or change its size with background-size, although that's a new property that doesn't work on older browsers.
Thanks again for your help, Ralph. As you can see, I'm a begginer and I'm having some trouble with this header. When I replace width in pixels for 90%, there's no way to align header and menu n the center of the page and, as you've mentioned, I still have the big background image.
Since the beggining, I wanted to have the white background associated to the main column and not as a background image, but didn't know how to do that. Is that really a solution? If so, how can it do that?
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Finally I could solve the background issue, but still having trouble with the header image. Which would be the correct setting?
You can use a different background image at each break point, sized to fit, and serve it up via @media rules.
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Now everything's working great. Thanks again for your enormous patience!
Glad to hear it.
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