|I adjusted the display settings of Windows to display text at a larger size, 150% DPI. I noticed not all web sites display the larger size. Does this have to do with the editor the page was designed with? For instance, the blue banner across the top of computing .net, as well as the drop down forum categories, appears smaller than the body of the page, which is larger. However, the banner at the bottom of the appears larger.|
My ISP web email log in page and Inbox still appear smaller. The Wall St. Journal appears somewhat larger but not as large as other sites. I am using Windows XP on this particular computer with an HP 25" monitor.
Any suggestions on how to get all sites to be uniform or is this expecting too much.
In a related issue, my monitor seems to trail off in brightness on the left side even if my head is centered looking at the monitor. It is a TN panel and I know it shouldn't look good at all angles but is some trailing off on the sides acceptable? It wouldn't be a bother if all sites displayed centered but most display to the left hand side of the screen. Is it because the monitor is large and the more it extends west and east, the more prone it is to this trail off dead brightness zone? Am I being a fuss pot about this? Thanks.