A full-screen Web page maximizes the amount of space a Web developer can use to display his site. Full-screen Web pages are particularly useful for photographers and online retailers who want to show a large amount of content. Learn how to make a full-screen Web page with a few simple lines of HTML code.
Open your Web page in an HTML editor (e.g. Adobe Dreamweaver) or in a plain text editor (e.g. TextEdit on a Mac or Notepad on a Windows PC). Scroll to the top of the document.
Under theline, open a new script by typing "" (without quotation marks) at the end of the string of text entered in Step 3.
Type "" (without outer quotation marks) immediately before the closing tag.
Set the Web page itself to full-screen size. Locate the firsttag. Right before the closing symbol, type "style="width:100%;"" (without the outer quotation marks). This expands the HTML to match the width and height of the window.
Save the file and upload it to your Web host using the FTP software of your choice. Popular FTP programs include Cyberduck (on a Mac) and Fetch (on a Windows PC). Most Web hosts, such as 1&1 and GoDaddy, support FTP uploading. If your Web server does not support the FTP protocol, sign-in to your server account and manually upload the Web page from within your account.
Things You'll Need
HTML editor or text editor