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Five Responsive Web Design Pitfalls To Avoid Note: this piece was originally published on Net Magazine, who recently nuked about 10,000 articles when they moved over to Creative Bloq. In an effort to preserve the writing I did for them, I’m republishing those articles here on my blog. This article is still alive over at Creative Bloq, so you can also read it there. There are number of nasty traps to avoid when making your site responsive. Brad Frost of R/GA reveals five of the biggest ones and how to sidestep them Creating great responsive experiences requires a hell of a lot more than media queries. Here are some of the pitfalls you want to avoid as you travel down the responsive road: 1. Because responsive sites share a single code base, they have a better chance of achieving content parity, which is great. Follow this simple guide: don’t penalise users for the device they happen to be browsing with. 2. A normal page on Barack Obama’s responsive site weighs over 4MB. 3. 4. 5. 320px. 480px. 768px. 1024px. Do the evolution

example42/puppet-modules scrolldeck.js Build a web page with each slide as a div. Pro-Tip: Use rem’s to make content scale (resize this window to see) Create section navigation by linking to slide id’s (optional) After linking all the required scripts (jQuery, Scrollorama, scrollTo, easing & scrolldeck), create the slide deck on document ready event. $(document).ready(function() { var deck = new $.scrolldeck(); }); You can configure the settings as follows(example has the default config values assigned) Add animations to slides by adding the "animate-in" or "animate-build" classes to elements in your slides. <div class="slide"><p class="animate-in" data-animation="fly-in-left">This paragraph will fly in from the left. Available animations are "fly-in-left", "fly-in-right", "space-in" and the default which is "fade-in"

www.leebrimelow.com Long Shadow Generator Convert Plain-text Documents to PDF, Docx, and ePub with Docverter:: Docverter 960 Grid System Adaptive Images in HTML Support & FAQs | Marvel Why do you need to access my Dropbox? Marvel runs completely off Dropbox meaning that we need you to give our app permission to use your PSDs and images so you can add them to your prototypes. The beauty of using Dropbox is that all your prototypes are updated automatically whenever you update the design file. We only use the images you select and never access any other files. What browsers do you support? We are fully compatible with Safari and Chrome. Do you support Google Drive and Box? We don’t right now but this might be something we might add in the future depending on demand. My company blocks Dropbox, how can I use Marvel? You don’t need Dropbox installed to use Marvel but you do need to be able to authenticate on Dropbox.com. If you can’t access the site then sadly you cannot use the service. However you can still use our iPhone app to create prototypes :) What kind of security do you have? Marvel takes data security and the privacy of your personal information very seriously. No!

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