Antwort | Transform Columns to Rows Getting Started » Most responsive email layouts feature single fluid columns, whose contents adjust to the width of the device. This experience may be underwhelming for desktop users who have more real estate for content. To illustrate how to create a more complex and interesting layout, for example columns that transform into rows for smaller screens, we’ll walk through the code in 3columns-to-rows.html, which works across all major email clients, including Outlook. Columns Container Table In your desktop version, to create columns as you would normally would with <table>s not <div>s as some recommend. <table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="columns-container"><tr><td class="force-col" valign="top"> Column 1 </td><td class="force-col" valign="top"> Column 2 </td></tr></table> To manipulate the columns into rows, you need the following styles in your <head> I choose a breakpoint of 600pxinstead of 480px to catch small tablets in addition to smart phones. N.B.
10 jQuery Video Plugins 10 Awesome jQuery Video Plugins that can help stream videos from your favorite websites easily. Display videos and video playlits in style with these 10 jQuery video plugins. Enjoy! Video Gallery WordPress Plugin /w YouTube, Vimeo 1. jqVideoBox A jquery port of Videobox lightbox for videos Youtube, Metacafe, Google Video, iFilm and custom flash. Source 2. This jQuery plugin will help you add StreamPlug player on your web contents. Source 3. jdivx This is a plugin I made to embed divx throught dvix web player using jquery. it is my first jQuery plugin but maybe someone could find it useful. Source 4. A small and simple jQuery plugin that you can use to load in video players from your favorite video sites. Source 5. A jQuery plugin that helps you embed QuickTime movies to play directly on your webpage, instead of redirecting your video to a separate page or forcing you to embed a video using Flash. Source 6. Source 7. Source 8. Source 9. Source 10. jYouTube – YouTube video thumbnail screenshot getter
A Beginner’s Guide to Zurb Foundation 3: The Grid In the past, we’ve discussed Twitter Bootstrap quite a bit. Much more so than its most worthy competitor: Zurb’s Foundation. Now on its third iteration, Foundation is a robust and responsive front end framework used by hundreds of developers every day. Over the course of several articles, we’re going to jump in and take a look at its various aspects from a complete beginner’s perspective. Grid Crazy If you’re a regular reader of Design Shack, then you probably already know that I’m a bit of a grid nut. The grid that comes built into Foundation is no exception to this rule. The Foundation Grid Like countless other grids, the foundation Grid is built on a twelve column system. What this means on a code level is of course that each column in the grid does not have a static width but is instead assigned using percentages. Responsive Getting Started If you’re at all used to grid systems, Foundation should be really easy to pick up. Creating a Row How easy was that? Adding Columns Going Further
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Responsive webdesign : adapter un site à toutes les résolutions Le Responsive webdesign (conception adaptative ou réactive en français) représente un ensemble de méthodes et techniques permettant d’universaliser un site Web. Qu’il soit consulté sur ordinateur, tablette, e-reader ou mobile, le site ainsi conçu s’adapte automatiquement à la taille de l’écran. Cette évolution très séduisante du Web pose néanmoins certaines questions d’ergonomie et oblige à repenser la conception des sites. Nous abordons dans cet article les objectifs du responsive design, les critères qui doivent décider à le mettre en œuvre, les recommandations de conception et les considérations techniques. Objectifs du responsive webdesign Pour commencer, rien de tel qu’une démonstration. Entrons dans le vif du sujet. Les sites Web sont aujourd’hui consultés sur une multitude d’appareils ayant des résolutions différentes Proposer une seule version du site Web censée s’adapter à tous ces terminaux est utopique. Le site ifttt n’est pas adaptable. Responsive ou versions séparées ?
html - CSS Getting text to align properly in list with custom bullet Data URIs explained One of the most frequently requested browser features in recent memory is data URI support. There’s been a fair amount written about data URIs recently: my colleague Stoyan Stefanov has written a couple of posts about data URIs, and my former colleague Hedger Wang also penned a post about how to use data URIs in IE. Surprisingly, there’s still a lot of misunderstanding and confusion about data URIs, what they are, how they work, and why you’d ever want to use one. URI, not URL URL is short for uniform resource locator, which is a combination of protocol (how to retrieve the data) andÂ the address at which a given resource exists. Every URL is also a URI, which is short for uniform resource identifier. Data URI format The data URI format is pretty simple and is spelled out in RFC 2397 (which actually is short enough that you can read it all). data:[<mime type>][;charset=<charset>][;base64],<encoded data> In this format, data: is the protocol of the URI, indicating that this is a data URI.
5 Useful CSS Tricks for Responsive Design Making the design to be responsive is very easy as shown in my Responsive Design in 3 Steps tutorial, but maintaining the elements to look aesthetically balanced on all breakpoint layouts is an art. Today I’m going to share 5 of my commonly used CSS tricks along with sample cases for coding responsive designs. They are simple CSS properties such as min-width, max-width, overflow, and relative value — but these properties play an important part in responsive design. View Demos 1. This responsive video CSS trick was discovered by tjkdesign.com. 2. Max-width property allows you to set the max width of the element. Max-Width Container In the example below, I specify the container to display at 800px if possible, but it should not exceed 90% of the boundary width. Responsive Image You can make the image auto resize to the max width of the boundary by using max-width:100% and height:auto. The above responsive image CSS works on IE7 and IE9, but doesn’t work on IE8. Min-Width 3. Relative Margin 4.
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Andrew Brennan | Tablet Screen Dimensions for Responsive Web Design I’m in the process of teaching myself responsive web design as I redesign my portfolio site. If you don’t know, responsive web design is the concept that a website layout should respond to the size of the screen it is being viewed upon. That is, a website will look different on (and be optimized for) a cell phone or iPad than it would on a traditional laptop or desktop monitor. If you’ve ever tried to view a regular, non-mobile website on your smartphone, you know what the significant difference in screen sizes can do to a website. The problem I’ve encountered, however, is that this is a relatively new area and I’m not finding a clear-cut “how to” guide anywhere for newbies like me. I suspect there are guides in books that I would have to pay for, but I’ve already bought a half-dozen of web design books that I don’t use all that much. For smartphones, I’m using the iPhone’s screen size of 320 x 480 pixels as a rule of thumb.