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Rob Hunter
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Joined: Apr 09, 2002
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Couldn't see anywhere else more appropriate to post this (specific to Blackberry so opted over HTML). When I view my webpage on a Blackberry Bold a magnifying glass comes up (I guess it has something to do with width of page or something). I saw on-line that putting a meta tag in for viewport and setting it to user-scalable=no would get rid of the magnifying glass - it did. The problem is the header row I have is now scrunched up. There was a TR tag with TD tags for an image, a title string, and a string with date and time in it. The contents spread out nicely across the page (100% coverage across) but now all 3 represent about 70% and the date and time wrap about 4 times in the TD tag they are in. Can someone suggest other settings I can set to get rid of the magnifying glass but keep the layout like I have it? Thanks in advance for any help.
Rob Hunter
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Joined: Apr 09, 2002
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Alright, slightly different, if my webpage comes up it will shrink proportionally to fit on the page. If on the page an iframe opens that requires more space it will also shrink proportionally to fit on the page. Upon hiding the iframe using javascript the original page in the back now is far smaller than what it was prior to the iframe showing. I'm guessing everything went down the same ratio to accommodate the iframe. How can I have the page redisplay the way I want, prior to setting the iframe to show (i.e. display: '')? Thanks in advance for any help offered.
aaliyah dcunha
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Joined: May 31, 2011
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If you build a html page web site, you need to know all about HTML. so your image problem is solved when you learn correct. for more info about html go to the web and search it. any thing available in web. don't be lazy.



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Rob Hunter
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Joined: Apr 09, 2002
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It's specific to a blackberry, first time dealing with a blackberry. I haven't had this issue on any other browser and it has worked until now. Last I checked these are forums for help. Don't be lazy? Don't be stupid. Funny how the most ignorant in here seem to give the least amount of help.
 
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