Bobby Jack wrote:
> --- On Tue, 6/23/09, Rob Emenecker [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
>>> So a whopping 4 out of 10 users will have to scroll your
>>> design horizontally to use it.
>> Another thing to bear in mind here, if it was not already
>> mentioned, screen stats ONLY tell you how large the users monitor
>> resolution is. They do not convey whether the user has their browser in
>> a smaller window or not.
> Great point. I've always wondered quite why Google analytics stores screen resolution, but not
browser size. Maybe time to switch stats packages ...
Screen resolution is more reliably obtainable than browser window size,
Also, don't trust Google Analytics as representative. A large number of
By default, the Google Analytics script is blocked.
Also, if a site can't handle functioning in a window smaller than its
designer's conception, how will it function in a full-sized window when
a visitor uses page- or text-zoom to make it readable?
FWIW, My browser window is sized at about 800-900 wide, 800 tall, on my
1280x800 laptop display.
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