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Risk it against statistics?
I have always been a careful web designer, making sure that my code is standard BUT that it also works flawlessly on other browsers. But today I'm on a pinch, my client wants me to redesign their site and make it bigger, but the old site has been done with people using 800x600 in mind. Now I know not alot of people use 800x600 anymore, but quick peek at the statistics of the site, out of 100% there are 20.8% which are 800x600, the rest are larger with 10x7 being the most popular one. So, should I risk it even when there is almost one quarter of viewers suffering from the desicion? Yeah I know, I could go with a fluid template, but yeah, let's face it, 90% of fluid templates suck ass and the rest of them are spot on when there is alot of information on the site, but this site won't have that much info to justify the fluid site. So, what is your pro/semi-pro view to the problem?
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