Add or modify a page size
While you're designing a web page, it's often difficult to know what portion of the page will be visible to site visitors who have different screen resolutions or window sizes. You can simulate many of these in Design view by using page size settings, which can help you determine what portion of a page will be visible to the site visitor without scrolling.
The page sizes you can choose match standard screen resolutions of 640×480, 800×600, and 1024×768. Microsoft Expression Web automatically selects the value that matches your current screen resolution, as well as available lower values. Window sizes that are greater than your current screen resolution are unavailable.
You can determine your current page size by the Page Size in the status bar. For information about the status bar, see Status bar.
Viewing a page with a page size setting turned on
A page in Design view.
The same page in Design view with a page size setting turned on.
To change the current page size setting
In Design view, on the View menu, point to Page Size, and then click a page size.
On the status bar, click Page Size, and then click the page size you want.
To add, modify, or remove a page size setting
Do one of the following:
In Design view, on the View menu, point to Page Size, and then click Modify Page Sizes.
On the status bar, click the Page Size, and then click Modify Page Sizes.
In the Modify Page Sizes dialog box, do one of the following:
To add a new page size, click Add, and then enter the Width, Height, and Description.
To modify a page size, select the page size, click Modify, and then enter the Width, Height, and Description.
To remove a page size, select the page size, and then click Remove.