I want to develop a simple web page format that is a web magazine. Page navigation is simply to move from page to page using the right and left arrow keys.
The pages must be able to fit the user/viewer's computer screen regardless of the resolution of the user/viewer's screen.
The web magazine would be similar to the format used by magazines at [url removed, login to view] although the zinio format is far most complex than what I want. I don't want the viewer to be able to zoom in and/or out. I don't want the user to need to use the mouse to navigate, except possibly on the page one title page.
I would like the web magazine page to be viewable on Apple and on Explorer browsers. Also on Mozilla Firefox and Opera browsers.
I would like the pages to load quickly, probably using a graphic resolution of 72 pixels per inch.
I have posted a sample of the web magazine at my [url removed, login to view] web site, using graphics that are 954 px by 598 px at 72 px per inch. These graphics are intended to display nicely on a computer screen resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels.
Right now I am temporarily redirecting the viewer to my web magazine when the viewer seeks to go to [url removed, login to view] but I plan to have several web magazines using the same bsic format.