Join Joseph Lowery for an in-depth discussion in this video Modifying the header and the navigation, part of Building Mobile Sites with Dreamweaver and WordPress.
Generally, I've found that I don't have to do much to bring the header and…navigation into proper focus for a tablet design.…Sometimes just the slightest tweak can make all the difference.…Now, looking at the submenu, which is this section -- that's blast offs, my tickets,…docking stations, etc -- you might think positioning is the problem, or line height.…But once you take a closer look at how this section is styled, which we can do…using the CSS Styles panel, and Inspect mode, and navigate over to this section --…one final bit of adjustment here; let's close Files panel so we can see…everything; there we go.…
Okay, so I'm going to hover over one of the submenu items, and use my left arrow…key to go up the DOM.…So the list item look okay; their height seems to be okay.…Looks like the width is at 100%, and if I go up to nav submenu, I can see that…it's absolutely positioned.…And I really don't want to have it go up and down when switching from Desktop to Tablet;…I would rather that stay the same,…
- Setting up an existing WordPress site
- Targeting configurable site elements
- Setting up media queries
- Preparing for adaptive images
- Styling a blog for tablets
- Restructuring navigation for different-sized displays
- Developing a WordPress site for phones
Skill Level Intermediate
WordPress Themes: Photography Portfolioswith Morten Rand-Hendriksen52m 58s Intermediate
1. Preparing Your Site to Go Mobile
Understanding media queries3m 50s
2. Retrofitting for Multiple Screens
3. Implementing a Full Mobile Redesign Strategy
4. Styling a Blog for Tablets
5. Developing a WordPress Site for Phones
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