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Bryan Connor Simon Collison | Colly | The Celebrated Miscellany 10 petits conseils pour le Responsive Web Design ! Aujourd’hui, rendre son site internet utilisable à tous ses utilisateurs ressemble parfois à un challenge ! En effet, on trouve tout type d’utilisateurs qui navigueront : sur Chromesur FirefoxSur Internet Explorersur Safarietc.Mais aussi :sur iPhonesur iPhone 5 (pas la même taille)sur Androidsur BlackBerrysur Windows Phoneetc.Mais aussi :sur iPadsur Galaxy tabsur Galaxy Notesur iPad Minisur les tablettes Archossur Kindle FireMais aussi :sur la télévisionsur le frigo connectésur l’Amstrad CPC de mamie zinzin.. 😀 De nombreux outils, de nombreux supports et des tailles qui ne cessent de changer ! Aujourd’hui, ce sont dix conseils pour le Responsive Web Design que l’agence Splio nous propose : source | source

Golden Grid System GGS was my next step after Less Framework. Instead of a fixed-width grid, it used a fully fluid-width one, without even a maximum width. The resources it was published with are still available on GitHub. The idea was to take a 18-column grid, use the outermost columns as margins, and use the remaining 16 to lay elements out. On smaller screens the 16 columns could be folded into 8, 4 and 2. While the grid's columns were fluid — proportional to the screen's width — the gutters (spaces between the columns) were proportional to the font-size being used. GGS also contained a set of typographic presets, strictly to a baseline grid. Correctly setting all of these measurements is difficult, of course. When published, GGS gained a lot of attention, as the web design community was searching ways to work with fluid-width grids, which have always been troublesome, running counter to many graphic design principles. Later on I developed Frameless, the last entry in my early CSS grid system saga.

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