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Thread: Basic DW MX question - pg size

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    Basic DW MX question - pg size

    hello all
    i'm just trying to make a page for an image of mine in DW MX. The image is 340 x 510 pixels. I tried to make a page that size by editing document sizes and minimizing the page then applying that doc size...But when i tested it firefox and explorer it doesnt open that size...it opens bigger.
    you can have a look at
    http://www.studiosamsara.com/gallery2.htm

    the image i'm testing is called 'Bulbul' it's the bottom one on the right.

    Cheers, Samsara.

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    select the link on your main page, go to behaviours, click on the + sign. click on "open browser window. select your html page and set the sizes...

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    big thanks

    Thanks Kallisti!!!
    i knew it was almost embarrasingly simple to ask that question...but i needed to know, i've been looking at DW help for a long time and just couldnt find it.
    Samsara.

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