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Hey the site looks nice.


If you change the cart to display at 100% your header graphic is going to look funny in comparison because your graphic is a particular size.


Anyway if you want the 100% veiw the stock ms2 cames set to veiw at 100%. You must have changed the table size to 800px or something.


Compare the stock ms2 to yours in the area of the opening <body> tag for the first table size.


It should look something like this:


<!-- body //-->

<table border="0" width="100%" cellspacing="3" cellpadding="3">


Personally I would just center the store and leave it as is size wise.


Also I would place the "specialized products upon special order" in a two column unordered list<ul>. The text looks very confusing with all the <b> in there.

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You deleted all references to osCommerce. That's a definite no-no if you want to come here asking for help.


You're also violating copywrite since your site appearance is substantially stock osC, hence the copywrite. Read the docs.

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this will force the browser to open to the maximum screen size assuming the user has javacsript enabled - drop this into index.php:

<script language="JavaScript1.2">

if (document.all) {
else if (document.layers||document.getElementById) {
if (top.window.outerHeight < screen.availHeight||top.window.outerWidth < screen.availWidth){
top.window.outerHeight = screen.availHeight;
top.window.outerWidth = screen.availWidth;


You can crete a "full screen" site, meaning opening the page in a "windowless" browser - but I'm not going to help with that one as its really frickin annoying... even more so when the site owner does it with popups....


Most users want functionality and usabilty (which means they like their browsers back buttons and such) - take that away from them and i can almost guarantee you they wont come back.

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