I’m wondering, is it actually worth building a site so it’s viewable in 800×600 – I mean, surely, by the year 2005 people have upgraded from a 14/15 inch monitor to something that supports at least a 1024×768.
How do you decide on which resolution to support? My “audience” as it were tend to be using at least 1024×768, but it’s only occurred to me now as my friend was building something for me and asked if the site would remain at the size it was. Which made me wonder why still support 800×600?
Is there still a large community that uses it? I know places that still use IE 5.5 but many think it’s worth dropping support for that and just making their sites work with IE6 and equivalent browsers.
I know it’s down to personal choice, but I’m curious on your thoughts with regards to supporting what is, from my eperience, a resolution that very few use anymore. With liquid themes not such a big deal, though a big deal for fixed width themes.
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