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what are the dimensions of your average website these days?
960 by x
I don't know if this question has any relevance anymore. These are the resolutions that have looked at my page recently:
1280 x 752
480 x 800
320 x 480
768 x 1024
1280 x 800
480 x 762
800 x 1232
290 x 116
800 x 1280
::960 by x::
ta or to annoy scratchy... thanks
960 by x for me too
Curious as to why people are designing to 960 wide? DO people still use 1024 x 768 res monitors (other than iPads)?
I haven't used a monitor under 1200 wide for years, I've been in a corporate bubble though.
::DO people still use 1024 x 768 res monitors (other than iPads)?::
Yes. 15% if you go by these stats. Of course a large proportion of those could be iPads.
It would be a mistake to be creating fixed width websites over 1000px at the moment unless your analytics suggest otherwise.
That said I'm sure most people here — budget permitting — would recommend a responsive solution.
content first then pixels
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