I do not understand, like my new broad picture LCD monitor. It makes pictures looks broadly and seems hard to work with fÃ ¼ r Website Design? WÃ ¼ rde one regelmÃ¤Ã ? ige Ã ? berwachung better?
It all depends on the resolution. If you have a widescreen monitor, you should reset the resolution. As far as one being better than the other, I would say no.
Make sure the desktop resolution matches the native resolution of the monitor.
If you run non-wide images fullscreen then they will get stretched. however this is true for any image that doe not match the aspect ratio of your monitor. If you put an image of a 6 by 4 photo – 3:2 aspect ratio – on a 4:3 display then it is going to get stretched vertically.
As for whether it is good for web-design, that is up to you and how you use it. Think on this though, a lot of people are getting widescreen monitors. Do you want your web pages to look good on those monitors or bad?
If the wide screen monitor makes images look wider then normal, make sure your resolution of your computer is correct. You can do this by right clicking the desktop and going into properties. From there go to settings and change the resolution to: 1280×720, 1280×768, or 1280×800. Check each one of these, because different monitors can have different resolutions.
Most likely there is a setting to change your monitor from skewing the image. I would check into this before going out to buy another monitor.
Hope this answered your question.
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