- When Ethan Marcotte wrote his very first article…on responsive design back in May of 2010,…he defined responsive design as containing three elements.…A flexible grid,…media queries, and images that resize.…So of course we've covered the grid in great detail.…Obviously that contains media queries.…But images that resize tends to elude us…with various responsive design frameworks.…Bootstrap doesn't have any way of managing images…and loading in smaller images for smaller devices,…bigger images for bigger devices.…
You have to connect some kind of third-party…component for that.…However Foundation does come with this…particular functionality, it's called Interchange,…and you can find documentation about Interchange…here within their documentation website.…This is a client-side solution with Java script.…So the Java script is going to be smart enough…to load the image that you need for your particular device,…and only that particular image.…It won't load all of the images, then display one;…that's of course the really bad approach because…
- Working with the XY Grid system
- Adjusting margins and padding
- Block versus vertical grids
- Overriding CSS
- Including cards and callouts
- Customizing the navigation, including dropdown and drilldown menus
Skill Level Beginner
Workflow Tools for Web Developerswith Christina Truong1h 13m Intermediate
Responsive CSS Workflow with Sass, Bourbon, and Susywith Carrie Dils2h 59m Intermediate
1. Overview of Foundation 6
2. The XY Grid System
3. CSS Overview
4. Navigation Systems
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