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John Cunningham
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December 31, 2017 - 11:43 am
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I am going to use Clicky analytics on my azprobateagent site. Clicky.

Clicky needs to know the site width of my website.

In the clicky dropdown the options are:

  • 800
  • 1024
  • 1200
  • 1600
  • 2000
  • Liquid (dynamic width)

The site width and alignment description on clicky is here.

I know that my site is responsive. So that's where I get a little confused. Is my site liquid and responsive? Or, is the width fixed, and responsive?

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Hi

Your site is 1280px wide. It can be called "liquid", "responsive", flexible, etc.

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December 31, 2017 - 8:15 pm
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How'd you figure that out Pierre?

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Hi

Well, I use some tools from my browsers to analyse websites. I still use Firebug but also Developper tools too.

You got some templates using "full width" and some with 2 columns. When using 2 columns for % is use.

You will find these settings under Skin Design > Skin Dimension Options

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Pierre, I had been looking under skin content instead of skin design. So, thanks for putting me straight! I checked. Just like you said, 1280. Thank you for pointing it out. Much appreciated.

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Your site isn't  "liquid" by their definition.  It is fixed width and responsive.

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January 1, 2018 - 7:25 am
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Thank you Rick

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You bet - sorry I was too depressed about yesterday's football game to answer you sooner.

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Hey man, the Seahawks had their run. They need to find some offensive lineman this off-season. Wilson is always running for his life. Cards had him hemmed in pretty good yesterday. Writing is on the wall. If the Seahawks don't pick up some O-line this off-season someone should get fired.

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And a kicker.  If we still had Blair Walsh we'd be 12 & 4 - even without a decent offensive line.

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Kicker has been the Achilles heel for the Cards. Had a goungster last year who could kick the ball a country mile. Under pressure he often chocked. Arians got tire of that. Hired Phil Dawson. Mr Dependable. Been in the league something like 17 years. Anyhow, Dawson missed a ton of kicks early in the season that he should have made. He cost the Cards a bid for the playoffs. Cardinals need so many things that I don't know what they need most next year. Probably a young, mobile QB for sure. 

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