- The Features section that we've just created…consists of a row with four columns,…and on a small device, they'll be stacked…vertically like this.…Now, this doesn't look too bad.…But let's see what happens if we go to…a large device.…I'm going to collapse the panels here,…and then double-click the gray area,…so we go larger than 1200 pixels.…And everything is way, way too wide.…So we need to adjust the layout…for both medium and large devices.…
So, let's start with medium devices.…That means clicking just to the right of 960 pixels…in the Visual Media Queries bar.…And everything is indeed too wide.…Scroll up, click inside the first column,…that contains the heading, and then,…drag the resize column handle to the left,…the width of four columns.…And then, we need to center that…by selecting the offset column handle,…and dragging two columns width…to the center.…
Do the same with the image,…resize column and again, the width of four columns,…and offsetting the width of two column.…And then we need to deal with the…text down at the bottom.…
- Defining a custom Bootstrap layout grid
- Inserting and modifying a navigation bar
- Adding a container for a hero image
- Working with columns inside a Bootstrap container
- Creating placeholder content with Emmet
- Speeding up layout by duplicating columns
- Moving page elements in the DOM
- Previewing the mobile webpage with Device Preview
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Creating the Site Navigation
3. Adding a Hero Image
Inserting the hero image6m 37s
4. Working with Columns
5. Using Device Preview
What next?2m 5s
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