- Design specs get updated all the time.…Clients change their mind,…user testing shows a different…layout flows better,…anything can prompt a refining of the layouts.…So what happens when you have a design…based on Dreamweaver's Fluid Grid Layout feature…and you need to make a change?…Once you've created the Fluid Grid Layout,…is there any way to modify it?…Well, not officially, no.…You can't, as they say in the extension…developer biz, re-enter the Fluid Grid Layout…category of the New Document dialog box…and update, say, the number of columns…for the mobile layout.…
Oh, I hope you caught it when I said, "not officially."…Because, there is a way.…And I'll show it to you in this lesson.…Let's take the example I mentioned in my intro.…When Fluid Grid Layouts were introduced…in Dreamweaver a couple of versions back…the number of columns for the mobile layout…defaulted to five.…That's a somewhat inflexible number design-wise.…Sure, for the most part developments in a mobile…design are likely to be set at 100 percent…
- Structuring fluid grids
- Adding a new fluid grid layout
- Adding building-block div tags
- Inserting content into a fluid grid
- Modifying the number of grid columns
- Building media queries from scratch
- Working with additional media queries
- Handling orientation changes
- Manipulating CSS
- Adding new media
Skill Level Intermediate
Edge Animate Essential Trainingwith Chris Converse4h 44m Beginner
1. Understanding Responsive Web Design
2. Fluid Grid Layouts in Dreamweaver
3. Expanding on a Fluid Grid Structure
4. Enhanced Media Queries
5. Flexible Images and Media
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