From mobile browsers to netbooks and tablets, users are visiting your sites from an increasing array of devices and browsers. Are your designs ready? Learn how to think beyond the desktop and craft beautiful designs that anticipate and respond to your usersâ needs. Ethan Marcotte will explore CSS techniques and design principles, including fluid grids, flexible images, and media queries, demonstrating how you can deliver a quality experience to your users no matter how large (or small) their display.
Published on 06/13/2011
Document details: 157 pages. 280 downloads.
Responsive web design gives you several benefits that you absolutely need in today’s business environment some of them we discuss here.
Published on 06/15/2018
Document details: 157 pages. 13 downloads.
Responsive Web Design (RWD) enables web applications to adapt to the characteristics of different devices such as screen size which is important for mobile browsing. Today, the only W3C standard to support this adaptability is CSS media queries. However, using media queries it is impossible to create applications in a modular way, because responsive elements then always depend on the global context. Hence, responsive elements can only be reused if the global context is exactly the same, severely limiting their reusability. This makes it extremely challenging to develop large responsive applications, because the lack of true modularity makes certain requirement changes either impossible or expensive to realize. In this paper we extend RWD to also include responsive modules, i.e., modules that adapt their design based on their local context independently of the global context. We present the ELQ project which implements our approach. ELQ is a novel implementation of so-called element queries which generalize media queries. Importantly, our design conforms to existing web specifications, enabling adoption on a large scale. ELQ is designed to be heavily extensible using plugins. Experimental results show speed-ups of the core algorithms of up to 37x compared to previous approaches.
Published on 06/28/2018
Document details: 157 pages. 2 downloads.
The Responsive Web Design Handbook Vol 2 2016 UK
Published on 02/20/2016
Document details: 228 pages. 1797 downloads.
This public document was automatically mirrored from PDFy . Original filename: HTML5 and CSS3 Responsive Web Design Cookbook.pdf URL: https://pdf.yt/d/Cj2ZiIXHRr7NZ6Ro Upload date: July 15, 2014 03:47:08
Published on 07/14/2014
Document details: 228 pages. 4472 downloads.
A Responsive website is navigable and provides user-friendly experience, regardless of whether that is desktop or mobile. BeeDev Solution offers e-commerce web development in Sydney . E-commerce needs to respond with responsive design, and our new custom e-commerce website design is the way most of the customers find you.
Published on 12/12/2017
Document details: 228 pages. 2 downloads.
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Published on 03/19/2018
Document details: 228 pages. 2 downloads.
Bali Media penyedia jasa web design di Bali yang berdiri sejak tahun 2007. Berlokasi di Bali yang mencakup seluruh Indonesia maupun Internasional. Membuat website dengan loading cepat dan bekerja sangat baik pada mesin pencari. Dengan Harga paket website yang murah , Responsive design, hosting , dan domain Indonesia. Memiliki website adalah cermin dari bisnis usaha Anda. Bali MEDIA situs nomor satu yang produktif di Bali - Indonesia
Published on 01/19/2015
Document details: 228 pages. 29 downloads.
ERIC ED465370: The Coconut Wireless Project: Sharing Culturally Responsive Pedagogy through the World Wide Web.
Beginning in the 1997-98 school year, WestEd staff, with the support of the Pacific Resources for Education and Learning (PREL), worked intensively with a group of five Chamorro teachers from Rota Elementary School (Hawaii) to develop culturally responsive, standards-based science units. The larger goal was to develop Web-based case examples of culturally responsive science pedagogy that draws upon students' culture-based content knowledge and uses instructional methods compatible with those that are used at home and in the community. The Chamorro teachers decided that the coconut tree could serve as the basis for units across the grades, so they named the project the "Coconut Wireless." These culture-based units would be taught in conjunction with Chamorro Week, observed in the schools during May each year. This document reports on the Coconut Wireless Project. Discussion highlights include: documenting culturally responsive pedagogy in order to share with others; use of technology to capture instruction; instructional foci for Web-based examples; creating storyboards; what is on the Web page; standards addressed by the Coconut Wireless units; linking the project to ongoing local standards development; strategies for assessment of student learning; common threads across teachers' successful pedagogy; the support of the principal; value of the Coconut Wireless Project to empower teacher leadership; value of the Project for students; and recommendations. Six tables present information on: learning about local plants; frequently asked questions; elements of sixth-grade Coconut Tree unit; beginning the storyboard process; successful pedagogical strategies; and elements of success in the Coconut Wireless Project. (AEF)
Published on 01/13/2016
Document details: 19 pages. 26 downloads.
In July 1997, the University Library at the University of Nebraska at Omaha adopted a new structural model for Web site development--the publishing metaphor. Rather than relying on an individual expert (the Webmaster) or a WebTeam comprised of a few individuals, the model permits everyone in the organization, regardless of position or Web experience, to function as authors and editors in developing Web content. A Web publisher, responsible for site architecture, orchestrates the content development process through a series of informal processes. Once the basic model was developed, Web site parameters and values were established for the site in order to maintain direction and quality. Those values included: accessibility, value-added, responsive, and reflective of the University Library's values and mission. Web publisher role definition began with the values that the Library's administration set forth for the Web site. The first role identified was architectural, the second, organizational. From an administrative perspective, the process has been successful both at encouraging staff participation and in developing content for the site. An excerpt from the University Library "Staff Handbook" which describes the values and administration of the Library Internet site is appended. (Author/AEF)
Published on 12/27/2015
Document details: 14 pages. 35 downloads.