I'm looking for a javascript to change the zoom of the website depending on the viwewers screen resolution. I made the website on my desktop with 1920x1080p :/  html { -moz-transform: scale(0.75, 0.75); zoom: 0.75; zoom: 75%; }   I got this in my...
I'm designing my website by using a base of 1024x768 screen resolution. When you're looking at the website in the browser from a computer with a smaller/bigger screen resolution the website starts to deform. How can I adapt the website to use...
So I know how to change the css depending on the resolution via javascript.  How would one go about 'cropping' an image depending on the screen resolution?...
I want to get screen resolution from JavaScript, stored in the GetScreenWidth variable on Shiny Server.  I tried the reference:   Receiving data from .js in server.R shiny https://ryouready.wordpress.com/2013/11/20/sending-data-from-client-to-server-...
I try to load some external .js files, and have some irresolvable namespace conflicts.  I had the idea of loading some of the files in their own context somehow, replacing the "this" from pointing at the window object to some custom namespace...
I was wondering what you guys and gals would recommend as the most efficient want to dynamically rescale a website based on resolution?  Is there anything that rescales elements AND images? Or do I need to do those separately? I've been trying to...
New here on Stackoverflow. I am working on a solution, where I can save a cropped image using jcrop on the server as a .jpg file. The image is also used as a texture on a cube surface (I am using three.js for that). I am not a professional coder, but...
I'm trying to create an HTML5 game, which I'd like to work in modern desktop browsers, plus as many smartphones as I can get my hands on to. For now, that means iPhone 3/4 and a couple of Androids...  This game is basically a canvas that shou...
I would like to make a web application with a "responsive design" to post back to the server the JavaScript screen resolution and make decisions based on that information, but the question is can I rely on window.screen to always supply the c...
Is it possible to detect what width a browser window is and hide an element on page if its lower than 1024?  In JQuery perhaps? :-)...

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