I've started building a site with an expanding header. Explaining this to the client, I suggested she open www.texasroadhouse.com to see an expanding header. She had sent me this link as a sample of a look she wants for her e-commerce pages. Client tells me the site expands her browser to full page when it opens. And she LOVES that, of course. She is on IE 7. I have opened the site on a Mac in Firefox and Safari and on PCs in IE 7, 8, Firefox and Chrome. It never expanded my browser. Question 1 - Does this site expand the browser for anyone here? Can you see any code in it for that? Question two should be obvious - she want's her site to work that way. And the content to expand to fill the screen. She say's roadhouse doesn't zoom/expand to fill the full screen window, except the header. I've searched for code/tutorials/etc. Everything I found is 8 or 9 years old and doesn't work on modern browsers, or is theater mode with no nav or scroll on the browser it does work on. We've talked about that and she wants nav and scroll. I don't want to make this an all Flash site. The art director is freaked out about a liquid layout. I doubt too many of her prospects will be on 30" monitors Question 2 - Can someone point me to best way to make a CSS, JS, HTML site expand the browser (with nav) to full or near full screen and auto zoom (something like code for cmd/+) all content?