Full Screen Websites

Full screen websites are becoming more and more common – with a definite increase in 2010, and why not. No matter what resolution your monitor is the site will appear the same on all screens right to the edge, impressive on old and new monitors.

A full screen image can have a huge impact on site visitors, not just aesthetically pleasing but unlike reams of keyword rich text blocks is more likely to evoke an emotional response from the visitor improving engagement.

With Microsoft’s latest HTML5 this concept is becoming more of a reality where html rendered pages provide full screen interactive images. Unlike the flash sites that are not renowned for their search engine compatibility.

Some good examples found:



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