How Do I Resize a Landing Page in KompoZer?

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The size of a website's landing page depends on the user's computer screen. To control the size of your landing page with KompoZer, you will need to make the page appear smaller by confining it into a table. A table's width and height can be controlled, and it will not exceed the size specified. With KompoZer, you can reduce the size of the landing page without knowing any programming language. The software offers a variety of tools that allow you to select the elements and values you need to make the home page appear smaller.

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    Launch the KompoZer software. A new page will automatically open.

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    Click the "File" menu, and select "Open File." Select the Web page that you want to resize in the browser window. If you don't want to resize a Web page that you've already done, skip this step.

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    Click the "File" menu, and select "New."

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    Select a "Blank Document," and select to create the new document in a "New Tab." Click "Create."

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    Click the tab for the new page in the main window. Then click "Table."

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    Select "Insert" from the Table menu, and click "Table."

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    Select the "Precisely" tab, and enter "1" in the Row and Column fields. Click "OK." A single cell table will open on the new Web page.

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    Right-click inside the table on the new Web page, and select "Table Properties."

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    Check both the "Height" and "Width" fields under Size, and enter a value for the height and width. The new table will be measured in pixels. Many tables that have a pixel size lower than 900 will make the Web page appear smaller in the user's screen.

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    Check "Background Color" in the same window, and select a colour for the background of the table. This is optional, but making the table a different colour from the actual Web page will help the table stand out against it. Click "Apply," and "OK."

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    Click the other tab that contains the Web page you created beforehand, if applicable. If you don't have another Web page, click the "Design" button at the bottom of the new Web page, click inside the table and write to enter text. You can also click the "Image" icon and insert images into the table.

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    Click the "Source" button at the bottom of the interface. The source code for the page will be displayed.

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    Highlight and copy all contents between the body tags (e.g., <body> </body>). To copy the highlighted text, right-click and select "Copy" from the drop-down menu.

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    Select the "Design" button next to the Source button. Then click on the tab that contains the page we are creating.

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    Click the "Source" button to view that page's source code.

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    Right-click in an empty space before the end column tag (</td>) within the code, and select "Paste." The contents of the original Web page have been copied inside the table. Now the Web page will appear smaller than the user's screen.

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    Click "File" and "Save." Enter a name for the new Web page. If you want the new page to replace the old page name, don't save the old page. Reopen the old page, and save it under a new name. The old page will then have its original contents. Then save the new page.

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