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I have a HTML page with multiple reports and graphs. I am using RDF template. When the browser is at maximum size everything looks good. But when browser size (not zoom, I mean height and width) is reduced, reports and graphs start getting cut off. Is there any way to dynamically adjust the size of HTML page and its contents according to browser window?
ThanksThis message has been edited. Last edited by: FP Mod Chuck,
One clarification charts can have an output format of html5 which do automatically resize based on the frame. For reports there is special code under the covers to condense the columns to an accordian type report as the iframe shrinks. I am going to e-mail you a change management package that has a sample in it.
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