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    Web pages not showing 1920×1080 resolution


    by syedali1975 ·

    Hi I bought Acer X223hbd 23″ monitor and the monitor supports the Full HD resolution of 1920×1080 p.
    I connect my Sony laptop and adjust the resolution to get the 1920×1080 resolution and it sets fine.
    But when I open any websites the sides of the web pages are not filling the entire screen as it does with low resolution like 1240×800 resolution instead some web pages having big white border on the sites and some having on left or right side of the web pages.
    The font is fine and everything looks good except the web pages are not filling up the entire screen of 1920×1080 resolution screen.
    Do I need to make any adjustment in my browser to correct the resolution to reflect in the web pages?
    Or I am missing something here and web pages are not supposed to support the 1920×1080 resolution?
    Any help would be highly appreciated.

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      by syedali1975 ·

      In reply to Web pages not showing 1920×1080 resolution


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      Here if I’m reading your question as you intended

      by oh smeg ·

      In reply to Web pages not showing 1920×1080 resolution

      I think that you are asking why Pictures/Videos do not fill the space allocated to them when you use extremely high Monitor Resolutions. If that is the case it’s because the Picture/Video’s are at a Low Resolution to save bandwidth to view, not to mention space on the servers that they are stored on.

      if they where in High Resolution Mode you would need to download a considerably larger file which would not only be slower but would eat up your available Bandwidth for no real gain.

      These sites would become almost unviewable by slower Internet connections as well so they would not get the hits that they require to stay afloat.

      If you want them to fill the Browser like they do with lower Resolutions lower the resolution down. 😉


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