How do I create an image that looks the same on any monitor or resolution?

I have a monitor resolution set to 640×480. When I see the image on a monitor with a resolution of 800×600, it looks different. How do I create an image that looks the same on any monitor or resolution?

The short answer is that you can’t, at least not easily.

Some page elements (for example, tables, oralignment of graphics) will scale to fit the sizethe user’s monitor (or more accurately, the browser window).Other elements (graphics, for example) are pixel-orientedand do not automatically scale. This is the challengeof Web page design: to design pages that behavegracefully under various circumstances, includingseveral different browser versions. A lot of experimentationis required, along with fine tuning. There is noeasy out.

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