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***Solved***How to get my webpage to fit correctly on larger screen.

Post by nrgiser » Fri Jun 08, 2018 6:46 am

Hi,

I have at home a 17" monitor and this is where I do most of my website work. When I upload the site and look at it, all is fine. But when I am at work they have much bigger screens like 22" and above and when I look at the site there it is all on to the left side and not in the middle. I have played around with the "Page Properties" and then "Page Alignment" but nothing seems to work correctly. My site is auto responsive too with three different page lay outs.

Any help with this would be great. Thank you for taking the time to read my post.

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Re: How to get my webpage to fit correctly on larger screen.

Post by Pablo » Fri Jun 08, 2018 9:06 am

To be able to help you, I need to see what you have done.
What is the URL of page?

Maybe this is helpful?
viewtopic.php?f=10&t=153

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Re: How to get my webpage to fit correctly on larger screen.

Post by nrgiser » Fri Jun 08, 2018 10:10 am

Hi Pablo,

Thank you for your reply, the URL is below. I did check out the page that you listed and I did go in to page properties and selected on page alignment, "Center Horizontally" but the page looks bad as the only thing that centers is the navigation bar at the top.

Please see the link as I have left it up for now >>

http://www.ocean-bay-beach-resort.com/f ... o-sea-view

This is the main page below without selecting anything in the page alignment.

http://www.ocean-bay-beach-resort.com/

Look forward to your feedback on this problem.

Thank you once again.

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Re: How to get my webpage to fit correctly on larger screen.

Post by Pablo » Fri Jun 08, 2018 11:12 am

I have visited your website, but it is centered on my computer.
Did you already 'fix' it?
If not, then what is is suppose to look like?

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Re: How to get my webpage to fit correctly on larger screen.

Post by nrgiser » Thu Jun 14, 2018 2:01 am

Hi Pablo,

Sorry for the delay in getting back to you, I have been out on the road with work related issues.

No this issue has not been fixed and on my work screen my site appears to be on the left side of the screen and not center.

If I go to any other webpage using a works monitor then the site is centered so I know it is not a problem with the settings on the computer.


I have taken a screen shot of the problem showing the website contenst all on the left side of the screen and not centered, but there is no way i can attach this file to this topic.

If there is a way, please do let me know, so that I can do that. But yes currently at the moment my webiste on larger screens shows it all on the ledt. The 17" screen I use at home it is centered perfectly, it is just the larger screens I am having a problem with.


Thank you again for your time in this matter,

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Re: How to get my webpage to fit correctly on larger screen.

Post by BaconFries » Thu Jun 14, 2018 3:09 am

I have taken a screen shot of the problem showing the website contenst all on the left side of the screen and not centered, but there is no way i can attach this file to this topic
Upload the image to your own site/server/host and then provide a url or upload to one of the many free (public) image hosts and again provide a link.

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Re: How to get my webpage to fit correctly on larger screen.

Post by Pablo » Thu Jun 14, 2018 6:18 am

I am pretty sure you did not set the option 'center horizontally' in the Page properties.
http://www.ocean-bay-beach-resort.com/

It is set for the other page

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Re: How to get my webpage to fit correctly on larger screen.

Post by nrgiser » Fri Jun 15, 2018 2:18 am

Thank you once again for getting back to me with this query.

I have used the "Center Horizontally" in the page alignment tab, and yes it seems to work on some pages but not others. The index page >>

http://www.ocean-bay-beach-resort.com/

It seems to work just fine, but on the following room pages >>

http://www.ocean-bay-beach-resort.com/f ... m-sea-view

It does not, the menu bar at the top of the page aligns horizontally but the rest of the content on the page stays to the left. This happens in all the different page sizes, and it looks a mess as the Navigations Bar seems to pop out as you scroll down the page when it is centering itself.

I know this is probably an easy fix, but I have compared the two pages and to see that are set up the same, which as far as I can see they are.

Thank you again for your time in this matter, I do appreciate it.

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Re: How to get my webpage to fit correctly on larger screen.

Post by nrgiser » Fri Jun 15, 2018 4:09 am

Hi,

OK I admit I made a rookie mistake :oops:

After uploading the webpages above I forgot to do a hard refresh on the webpage CTRL and F5 together and once I had done that the site did center on the pages no matter what size they were.

The issue is resolved and I thank you all for time and patients with dealing with this problem.

Until next time ha

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Re: How to get my webpage to fit correctly on larger screen.

Post by BaconFries » Fri Jun 15, 2018 4:30 am

As your last reply, it looks to be fixed, I will mark as Solved or Fixed to show this.

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