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I think the point here is that if your not doing a FULL width site, then what should your CONTENT container width be. In my eyes 1100px is a good width for something of a boxed design, and then you can make it responsive to adjust to all the smaller resolutions. The most popular screen resolution now is a laptop screen of 1440 wide and, from W3 Schools ...


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A solution would be to talk to your front-end designer/developer, or to give him some kind of documentation about the ids/classes that you used to bind the events to. I would make sure to replace elements selectors (#mydiv > p) with selectors that point directly to ids or classes (#paragraphInsideMyDiv) so that the templates could even be done from scratch ...


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I do not know what your page looks like, but I cannot really imagine a scenario where embedding PDF's which I am assuming are at least a page of solid text each ends up as anything but something annoying that the user wishes they did not have to look at. I would say that you should provide links that describe what is in each PDF, and then let the user use ...



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