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Using the exercise files

In order to better follow along through each chapter of our series, we've provided a set of exercise files for you to use. However, keep in mind that if you are not a premium lynda.com subscriber, the contents of these exercise files may vary. On my Desktop I have the Exercise Files folder. It is broken into four sections. The Final folder holds the final source files for our Drupal 7 Responsive Design, and it is what you're striving toward completing as we finish the series. The next folder is our HTML folder. This folder contains a static HTML version of our website in various stages, from fixed to fluid, and may be referenced at various points in the chapter.

Next is a Lessons folder. The Lessons folder contains both readme files for everyone as well as a JavaScript or CSS files that we'll be using throughout the series. Since we're also dealing with Drupal 7, you may find .info or template files that we'll be using for theming. The final folder is our Start folder. The Start folder actually contains the starting Drupal installation and SQL file that we will use to create multiple instances of Drupal that will represent various techniques with fixed, adaptive, and responsible websites.

You may have noticed that I've also broken them out into a Drupal folder that will hold these three instances that we will be utilizing as we progress through each section. Let's get started.

Using the exercise files
Video duration: 1m 25s 2h 38m Intermediate

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Using the exercise files provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Chaz Chumley as part of the Responsive Design with Drupal

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