On Tue, Sep 26, 2000 at 02:09:57AM +0100, Adam Beecher wrote:
> > determine how much content to show to a user. This works with Navigator 4
> > but not with IE 4. There, I use screen.availWidth and screen.availHeight but
> > that's not a great solution for someone who doesn't have their browser
> > window maximised.
> > It's like a dream to me that I saw mentioned somewhere that this can be done
> > in IE5, although not quite as simply. Do any of you know if this is the case
> > or not ? If so, how do I do it ?
> Not sure if I'm following here Niall - you mean maximising the browser? You can
No - I mean determining how much space is available in the browser window
which the user chose to use, and then showing as much content as can fit in
that window without the user having to scroll. window.innerWidth and
window.innerHeight are browser windows in Navigator which give me exactly
the inofrmation I need, but they don't exist and AFAIK there are no
analogues to them in IE4, but I'd like to know if there are in IE5.
Niall O Broin
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