Fitting entire web page in 15" laptop
Hello When I visit Web pages that have an action button at the end of the page (for example: Submit) the button falls below the bottom border of the screen and I cannot access it. Another example: I open a lengthy email and want to respond--but cannot because the Reply button is below the bottom of the screen. I have played with different resolution settings as well as changing size of text, apps etc. in the Windows Setting/Display page. Nothing helps. On the other hand, I do not have the this problem with Chrome. How can I resolve this so that a full web page or email appears in Firefox? Many thanks in advance. John
Hi John, do you think Chrome and Firefox are laying out the page differently -- for example, tighter or wider line spacing -- or that Firefox is more zoomed in than Chrome?
Except for the issue I outlined, Firefox and Chrome look the same. However, I am not sure what you mean by "Firefox is more zoomed in that Chrome" In the Windows/Settings page they both run in 125% in the "Change the size of texts, apps....."
Hi, Figured out that maybe you meant zooming within Firefox itself. Found that there there was a zoom option in Firefox settings. Reducing the Zoom to 90% solved the problem. So, a belated thanks... John
Hi John, thanks for reporting back.
Do you think the reason that was needed is because Firefox's toolbars take up more space, or does there seem to be any other reason that the page didn't fit as well in Firefox?
I don't think the toolbars are any different than those in Chrome or Edge. I just took a quick look at those toolbars in response to your question and they seem to take up the same space as the toolbars in Firefox. Also, looking at the Zoom setting in Chrome, I see that it is set at 100% and gives me full access to web site pages. So the issue may just be a Firefox peculiarity...