like below fixes the issue What you need is Responsive web design (RWD) to create sites for different device widths. Look it up on the internet to find many tutorials. Also, I have noticed you are using table for creating the website layout. Creating layouts with tables will raise many issues. You should learn to create proper layouts first. http://learnlayout.com/ seems to have good tutorials.
wish helps you If the domain is different, you cannot access most (if not all) properties of the new window. This is called same-origin policy and it's for security reasons. For example, imagine that you register on a website and they send you an activation code by mail. Out of "courtesy", they provide a link to GMail, Hotmail, Yahoo Mail and maybe a few other popular email providers. If they could access the contents from the new window, they could easily read your password when you type it in.
How to make main window wait until a newly opened window closes in C# WPF?
wish help you to fix your issue I don't think this is possible, VSCode generally gives extensions very little control over the built-in UI. See also the Restrictions section of the Extensions Capabilities Overview. Technically there is a way to hack around that, but I wouldn't necessarily recommend it. There are also a number of settings for the suggest widget, but none of them seems to correspond directly to width. The closest you can get would be reducing the font size with "editor.suggestFontSize".