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Responsive Web Design

  • Responsive Web Design
    How to Build an Off-Canvas Navigation Layout With BootstrapOff canvas
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    In this tutorial, I'll show you how to add an off-canvas navigation to Bootstrap with an extension called Jasny Bootstrap by Arnold Daniels.Read More…
  • Sass
    A Simple Responsive Grid, Made Even Better With SassGrid preview
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    In this tutorial we're going to build a simple, responsive grid system using CSS. Once we're familiar with how it works, we'll improve it with Sass, learning some core Sass features along the way.Read More…
  • Foundation
    How to Build a Shrinking Fixed Top Bar With FoundationFoundation bar
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    A very common trend these days is the use of a fixed navigation, which shrinks to become less intrusive as the user scrolls down the page. In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how you can achieve this by using ZURBs Foundation Top Bar, some custom sass and jQuery. To top it off we'll add a couple of media queries to make our menu responsive. Let's get started!Read More…
  • Responsive Web Design
    Quick Tip: How to Use HTML5 “picture” for Responsive ImagesPreview picture
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    Images are notoriously one of the most challenging aspects of responsive web design. Today we'll look at how the element, a solution to the problem of responsive images, can be used right now.Read More…
  • Responsive Web Design
    Building the Responsive Timeline Portfolio PagePortfolio thumb
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    During this tutorial we will be building the fantastic Timeline Portfolio as seen in an earlier tutorial by Tomas Laurinavicius. We will be using some responsive techniques as well as CSS3 animations, Sass and a little bit of jQuery.Read More…
  • Foundation
    Build a Top Bar Off-Canvas Navigation With Foundation 5Foundation menu
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    Today, we are going to combine ZURB's Foundation 5 Off-Canvas feature with our top bar navigation. The result will be a nice custom navigation for desktop users and a sleek off -canvas menu for tablet and mobile users. Read More…
  • Responsive Web Design
    Quick Tip: Spare a Thought for Vertical Break PointsVertical retina
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    I've seen this happen a few times recently, usually on websites with fixed navigation running down the left hand side. They'll have lovely, fluid layouts, which stretch out on wide screens and stack up on smaller devices, but they'll still fall foul of a sneaky break point few people think about. I'm taking about viewport height.Read More…
  • Email Design
    Creating a Simple Responsive HTML EmailEmail new rwd thumb
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    In this tutorial I will show you how to create a simple responsive HTML email which will work in every email client, including all the new smartphone mail clients and apps. It uses minimal media queries and a fluid width approach to ensure maximum compatibility.Read More…
  • SVG
    Manipulating SVG Icons With Simple CSSIconic retina1
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    This article is the second in a three-part series showing the new approaches to iconography Iconic will be delivering. If you like what you see in this article, please consider backing Iconic on KickstarterRead More…
  • Google Maps
    Quick Tip: Embedding New Google MapsGm preview
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    The all new Google Maps was made openly available to the public back in July, but it's still a preview of what the final product will be and therefore lacks a few familiar features.Read More…
  • Adobe Muse
    Adobe Muse: Finishing Off Our DesignAdobe muse third retina
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    Let's finish off our Adobe Muse project. We'll begin by looking at a mobile layout, before moving on to the export process which will get our files ready for publication to the web. Let's get on with it!Read More…
  • Responsive Web Design
    Quick Tip: Don't Forget the Viewport Meta TagPreview viewport
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    I remember my maiden voyage into responsive web design; I'd used a classic grid, wrestled with a flexible layout, and tackled media queries for the first time. Stretching and shrinking the browser window resulted in the satisfying sight of my design responding to its surroundings. Then I tested it on a mobile. It didn't work - I was looking at a shrunken down version of the full-screen design. The solution, as it turned out, was simple..Read More…
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