Join Joseph Lowery for an in-depth discussion in this video Optimizing navigation for phones, part of Dreamweaver and WordPress: Building Mobile Sites.
Continuing from the previous movie, we are going to work on navigation next.…It's important to keep in mind that mobile screens are a pointing-centric…device, not a mouse-centric one, and that fingers are just a tad bigger than…tilted wide arrowheads.…So, in our navigation section -- which I am going to label here, just to make it…easy to find -- if we scroll up to the top of the document, you'll see that that's…one of our major problems: that the nav bar is quite enormous.…
So let's go ahead and bring the nav tag down to 320 pixels,…so I'll set that width at 320.…Now, I want to do a fair amount of styling here.…I want to reverse the colors, so we drop out the heavy blue background, and I also…want to get rid of the rounded corners.…So let's make the background-color white, which is triple f in…hexadecimal, and the color, we'll set to blue.…
Now, I need to bring it down some, so I am going to add a margin-top of 40 pixels,…and then also get rid of all of the border radiuses.…So there are three rules that govern the border radiuses; two browser specific…
- 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
Dreamweaver and WordPress: Core Conceptswith Joseph Lowery5h 44m 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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