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With web pages, what's the CSS framework or any other idea, which may show the web pages the same way on almost all screen resolution using div?

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You can't exactly, but you can use Responsive Web Design to make it look good in each resolution. – CaffGeek Dec 7 '11 at 15:33

I think he wants to know whether to choose Fixed, Fluid or Elastic.

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Unless you have separate css files for each size you will never make everyone happy.

You can't make a design that will work well on an iPhone and a projector.

What you can do is check the user-agent and have separate views for different types of devices or you can build a flexible css design using % and have it work pretty well on most machines.

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