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Re: RISC OS 6 webpages

It's odd that a RISC OS site should have pages with such high fixed width requirements, considering the resoution/colour limits of non-Viewfinder RiscPCs. On [link] a 1024 pixel display's not enough to see the whole page, and the banner looks too narrow as a result.

I did notice that their pages use the cog as the favicon, though.

 is a RISC OS UserMattLB on 06/03/07 4:41PM
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