1. FullScreen: This option displays the web site on the full web browser and completely fills the screnn at 100% regardless of the user's monitor resolution. There is no border around the web site.
2. Fixed Width: This option will allow you to define a fixed size at which your web site can be displayed. A common example is 800 pixels wide, to accommodate a standard monitor resolution. The advantage of this ooption is that your web site always looks the same, no matter what size monitor it is being viewed on. The disadvantage is that for users with larger screens or higher monitor resolutions, your web site will appear to be smaller in display.
3. Floating Width: This option will allow you to define a percentage of the browser window at which your web site can be displayed. For example, you can specify that your site takes up 90% of the width of the browser window. The advantage of this option is that your web site willscale proportionally to the size of the browser window or the monitor display. The disadvantage is that the variable width may affect the way text and graphics wrap, depending on the size of the display.