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11-06-2008 @ 2:20PM
That's Wordpress for you. You have to take into account everybody's screen resolution. As a web developer myself, I can tell you 90% (just a guess) of users don't like change. They grow accustom to a template and hate change so much that they're blind to the actual improvements. Not saying you are, just in general. Some people are still on the 800x600 resolution. But it's safe enough to use the 1024x768 size. Having a liquid template can be more of a headache than it's worth.
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