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Hey Friends :),

I have a responsive website which was currently set at 1280 x 800 maximum width, having looked at that on bigger screens, such as 1920 x 1200, it appears to have huge gaps on the left and right of the page, as expected due to my maximum width.

So I am planning to set the maximum width to 1920 x 1200 to pretty much cover the biggest screens out there, then it can downscaled to smaller screens. Obviously I would need to create my banners, images etc again to be capable to cover a 1920 screen.

However, having looked at many other websites, they only seem to go upto 1280 x 800, even high street stores.. Which has got me thinking, am I doing the right thing here? What's the REAL way to go about screen size...

I thought you can't go wrong with catering for the biggest screen size, then it can downscale as needed. What's your opinion?
 
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