Originally posted by Haim Schlesinger:
Didn't understand what you means with "liquid" (an example would be great).
Well, I mean not going with a fixed width. For instance, this very forum is liquid in that the text/width adjust for browser window size. By going with a fixed width, you get a tiny strip of website in the middle of the screen for those who run larger screens/higher resolutions. If one has a really fancy layout that must look absolutely the same at all resolutions, the fixed width is the way to go. But with a ton of information needing to be presented at once (as with your site), it's perhaps a good idea to "go liquid" and maximized the screen real estate to show more.