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Aug 04, 2009 01:18 AM EDT

Browser Screen Size

800×600 has been the standard browser screen size for years; however, only 8% of the population still use this resolution. 1024×768 and larger now represent over 90% of the Internet. With this in mind, it’s time to start developing websites with 1024×768 in mind. However, that doesn’t mean that a person actually has this much room to view their pages, and many people with better resolutions don’t have their browser maximized.

With a couple of standard browser plugins installed, here is what I found for the two current browsers, IE7 & FF2.

Internet Explorer Version 7 - 1003×517 usable space.
Firefox Version - 999×546 usable space.

Internet Explorer 7 - 1259×773
Firefox - 1263×810

Therefore, above the fold browser space for the majority of today’s browsers is 999×517.

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