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Responsive iFrames

Responsive iFrames: Creating Web Media
Responsive iFrames: Creating Web Media

The title says it all. We use HTML and CSS to create an iFrame that continually resizes, in proportion, within your web page. Why do we need to use HTML and CSS? Well, unlike some media elements, iFrames have no inherit sizes. The browser relies on the measurements specified in HTML or CSS. So, with some quick math, we can determine the ratio, put in the measurements, and ta-da! The iFrame now dynamically resizes.

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Skills covered in this course
Web Web Development Web Graphics CSS

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