Join Ray Villalobos for an in-depth discussion in this video Coding the navigation, part of Building a Responsive Single-Page Design with Sass.
Right, so it's time to start working on the navigation.…Right now, it's just looking like a bunch of links and…we want to make it look more interesting.…This is not going to be the final version of the navigation.…Think of this as the unresponsive sort of kung fu version of the navigation…that's going to have the icons and it's going to look really cool, but we're…going to need to fix it later on when we want to make the site more responsive.…So, just to show you how that's structured.…That is inside this header, right?…And it's in a tag called nav with an ID of nav.…
And then this div right here is going to be something that fits in the center of…
- Compass, whose Sass mixins help you leverage CSS3 features like Flexbox
- Susy 2, the framework that "subtracts" the math from responsive grid design
- ScrollMagic, for adding "magical" scroll effects
- Breakpoint, which makes writing media queries in Sass a snap
But this course isn't just about the tools. It's a realistic project that epitomizes many of the design challenges website developers face in the real world. Start watching now and learn how to use HTML, jQuery, and CSS to build your own dynamic, deeply responsive designs.
- Analyzing the project before you begin
- Creating basic styles
- Building your own Sass mixins
- Coding the navigation
- Making the navigation responsive, with grids
- Using a split layout
- Creating tween animations
- Controlling scenes with scrolling
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Organizing Your Sass
3. Creating Responsive Grids with Susy
4. Animating Your Layouts
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