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Windows 7: Some webpages open full screen in IE8

14 Jun 2010   #1
Prskater

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Some webpages open full screen in IE8

Why is it that some webpages, whether from the internet or some htm or html from my hard drive open full screen? I have one file, favestogo.htm which just won't open at a normal size, it just has to open full screen. I have a wide screen monitor and it just annoys me when I have to resize...reach down on the right bottom edge of the screen, and if you go too slow or too far then the taskbar pops up, rats!

I have checked the properties of the file itself and there is no option to open it, whether normal, full size or whatever else.

Does anyone know how to put a leash on this rebel page?

thank you.
Roxy


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14 Jun 2010   #2
A Guy

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 

There is an old trick that can work. Manually resize the window (drag the edges to size you want), then when closing using the X in upper right, hold down the Ctrl key while clicking the X. It actually sounds like your issue is window opening larger than fullscreen? A Guy
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15 Jun 2010   #3
Prskater

windows7-Home Premium 64Bit
 
 

A Guy:
The manual resize-ctrl-x works but not with this one htm page, which is stored on my hard drive. It just insists on taking the whole screen for itself. I have to resize from bottom right, across the screen. A real drag.

oh, well. One day...

Roxy
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