Join Chris Converse for an in-depth discussion in this video Detecting the screen size for a responsive layout, part of Creating an Interactive Animated Timeline with jQuery.
Split that open on the brackets. So inside the parenthesis, we're going to…check newTimelineWidth. We're going to see if that is greater than 500.…And we also want to see if the timeline width is greater than 500.…So we're going to use two ampersands here. We're going to set timelineWidth is…greater than 500. So the new timeline width is greater than…500 and the timeline width is greater than 500, we're going to come in here, let's…
- Preparing the artwork
- Setting up the project files
- Creating the HTML containers
- Adding content into the HTML containers
- Styling the timeline with CSS
- Adding jQuery to your project
- Adjusting the layout with jQuery
- Adding navigation elements
- Animating the content based on navigation
- Adding autostart and screen size detection features
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Creating the Web Graphics and HTML Content
Adding content to the HTML3m 15s
2. Adding CSS Styles for Layout and Positioning
3. Finalizing Layout and Animating Panels with jQuery
Animating the background4m 24s
4. Making the Design Responsive
5. Adding an Autostart and Screen Size Detection
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