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25 jQuery Plugins to help with Responsive Layouts

25 jQuery Plugins to help with Responsive Layouts
The most popular topic of discussion at the moment is undoubtedly responsive layouts in web design. Without going into it too much, a responsive layout allows you to offer a specific and optimised screen size based on whatever device (mobile, tablet…) the visitor uses. You would typically use Media Queries to resize the overall layout, but what about all of those individual elements and features that make your page unique? Navigation, forms, images, sliders, carousels… they all need to be optimised as well. That is were this post comes in, by highlighting 25 jQuery plugins that will help you optimise and resize those trickier web elements. Response.js Response JS is a lightweight plugin that gives you the tools for producing performance-optimized, mobile-first responsive websites. Response.js Responsly The Responsly plugin is a set of simple responsive widgets written using CSS3 transformations. Responsly Menu to a Dropdown for Small Screens Menu to a DropdownDemo Responsive Menu Doubletake

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15 Best CSS Framework for Responsive Web Design The development of technology, especially devices like Smartphones and Tablets and bigger and bigger monitors introduced a new concept in web design: Responsive Web Design. Taking the next step of our responsive layout coverage. I recently published responsive WordPress themes and responsive web design sites to help with responsive layouts, so today I am taking a look at best responsive CSS frameworks that we feel are worth your consideration. I hope you will like this responsive frameworks collection. 1. Tangle: a JavaScript library for reactive documents Tangle is a JavaScript library for creating reactive documents. Your readers can interactively explore possibilities, play with parameters, and see the document update immediately. Tangle is super-simple and easy to learn. This is a simple reactive document. When you eat 3

Best Responsive WordPress Themes This is a collection of the best responsive WordPress themes. These responsive, fluid, or adaptive WordPress themes, automatically adapt to the screen size, resolution and device on which they are being viewed for on. This means your website will look great whatever the screen size or device your visitors uses to visit your site, from desktop computers to tablets to mobile phones. jQuery Backstretch by Scott Robbin Advertisement a simple jQuery plugin that allows you to add a dynamically-resized, slideshow-capable background image to any page or element by Scott Robbin Download Backstretch Now link to a hosted copy on cdnjs.com or download the entire project, including examples. Do you see the full-sized background image on this page?

Inspiration: Fluid & Responsive Design Responsive design all started with this article by Ethan Marcotte. Some people see it as a trend. But it is more than just a trend. CSS3 Media Queries CSS2 allows you to specify stylesheet for specific media type such as screen or print. Now CSS3 makes it even more efficient by adding media queries. You can add expressions to media type to check for certain conditions and apply different stylesheets. For example, you can have one stylesheet for large displays and a different stylesheet specifically for mobile devices. It is quite powerful because it allows you to tailor to different resolutions and devices without changing the content. Continue on this post to read the tutorial and see some websites that make good use of media queries.

Image Wall with jQuery Today we want to show you how to create a neat image wall with jQuery. The idea is to scatter some thumbnails with different sizes on the page and make a ribbon slide in when we click on the picture. The ribbon will show some description next to the picture and […] jquery responsive web what is it? it is a simple jquery plugin helping design more responsive and adaptive websites and web applications with almost no setup. what does it do?

daverupert.com Oh wow! Lettering.JS now has it's own website with a little mini-gallery.Check it out to see how other people are using it. Paravel has just wrapped up an exciting secret project with three of the web's most talented designers: Jason Santa Maria, Frank Chimero, and Naz Hamid. These designs are epic, like 18,123px epic. Working with these guys was a complete joy. There were a few fun development challenges and - as you might expect from these gentlemen - a lot of fancy typography work in the delivered PSDs. Mobile web content adaptation techniques Introduction This article will help you pick from amongst the many techniques for building a mobile website. It doesn't describe how to do it, rather it instead tries to help you to pick the right approach. Before we begin it's worth clarifying exactly what the goal of the exercise is.

Responsive Design’s Dirty Little Secret The truth is that fluid grids are broken. Well… perhaps just cracked a bit. Responsive Web design, as Ethan Marcotte defines it, is simply a fluid grid, fluid images and media queries. But fluid grids have a dirty little secret: rounding errors. As we lay out our columns in percentages, browsers have to translate that into actual device pixels to fit in the viewport.

From The Mad Lab – A CSS3 & jQuery based Sliding Door Content Gallery « HBird's Internet Developer's Resource Blog We are back with another issue of the “The Mad Lab” posts. And this time we are mixing CSS3 with a little bit of jQuery to cook up a Content Gallery with images which will utilize the Sliding Door style to reveal more content on each of the gallery items as they are hovered on. This gallery is a great presentational way to show more content using less screen real estate. A lot of information can be packed in to such a gallery where the content gets revealed to the visitors as they hover their mouse over the gallery items.

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