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August 13th, 2014, 09:44 PM #1Design Html Websites To Be Mobile Friendly.
I do use wordpress for some sites, but I still have html sites and I prefer those but how do you design them to be mobile freindly for tablets and smartphones?
I use expression web for most of my stuff but how do you design your sites, I usually ave a 3 column layout and a header and footer, any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
August 14th, 2014, 12:39 AM #2
I find these 2 articles helpful:
Beginnerís Guide Into Responsive Web Design
Beginner's Guide Into Responsive Web Design | Web Resources | WebAppers
If youíre reading this blog post probably youíre the last person in the world who decided to learn responsive web design. Well itís never too late to learn. Here you will learn the bare essentials of RWD, and after reaching the end you will know where to start and what you need to do. Source: Beginner's Guide Into Responsive Web Design | Web Resources | WebAppers
Some of the Must Have Tools for Responsive Web Design
Some of the Must Have Tools for Responsive Web Design | SoftProdigy
August 15th, 2014, 04:11 PM #3
Webflow, a design tool that helps you build responsive websites faster than you would build them otherwise. http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2014...bflow/
The Ultimate Responsive Web Design Beginners Resource List
The Ultimate Responsive Web Design Beginners Resource List Ľ Target Local
Designing for the web has changed drastically over the last 2-3 years. The days of designing for rigid screen sizes that are set in stone has long gone. Websites now have to be suitable for a plethora of different screen sizes, being used in very varied situations. This post is a compilation of resources we found useful when developing and designing responsive websites. Source: The Ultimate Responsive Web Design Beginners Resource List Ľ Target Local
Which page layout? Static, Liquid, Adaptive, or Responsive
August 15th, 2014, 04:22 PM #4
Markdown Tools and Editors
Markdown Tools and Editors - Speckyboy Design Magazine
When it comes to writing without any obstructions, the choices are plenty. There are many users who prefer the good old visual editor ó however, most of the time, writers and developers tend to struggle when writing proper text using HTML markup. Similarly, even though the visual editor is easy to use, it can appear limiting to many users.
Source: Markdown Tools and Editors - Speckyboy Design Magazine
Maybe you'll start to follow him too
August 15th, 2014, 04:33 PM #5
And remember you are designing for people.
People on mobile/responsive use those devices differently.
10 mobile behaviours and designing for them
10 mobile behaviours and designing for them | Web design | Creative Bloq
August 15th, 2014, 04:42 PM #6
I was the first to comment on Speckyboy's introduction of
"The beautiful Nothing Site, a clean and flat interface to do nothing!"
I asked "@speckyboy Can I make something out of it?"
See the Twitter page:
Here is the Nothing Site:
Here are the design features:
Minimal and clean modern design
Responsive (Desktop, Mobile, Blah blah...) Shape 1
Supports cross browsers
How you edit it is up to you
August 18th, 2014, 01:25 PM #7
Great advice by Rhia7. The bare minimum you can do is to use a plug in or template that includes responsive design for mobile. Better to have designs for each as Rhia7 noted behaviors are different.Brad Waller | VP, Business and Affiliate Development
August 19th, 2014, 12:51 AM #8
By Justdoit in forum Midnight Cafe'Replies: 22Last Post: May 1st, 2014, 03:00 PM
By Rhia7 in forum Newbie Affiliate FAQs & Helpful ArticlesReplies: 1Last Post: May 5th, 2012, 02:15 PM