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Found 8 results

  1. We've got a responsive menu that when you click on an li the ul inside it is then displayed as a block (displayed as none beforehand). However you cannot then close the ul without refreshing the page or closing the menu itself. What we want is for when you click the li again, the ul inside it then displays as none. Is this possible using only CSS? (No jQuery please!!!) Any help is greatly appreciated, thanks!
  2. Hello I Googled Responsive vs Adaptive design , and almost all results recommend using Responsive design and say that Adaptive design has a lots Cons. But... I noticed that famous websites like Google, Facebook, Yahoo, Youtube and many more use Adaptive Design, so I'm wandering Why they use Adaptive design if the majority say that responsive is better ? Thanks !
  3. i am creating a responsive website. I'll give you an example. I am retriving 100 items from mysql database using php. I am only showing 20 items per page using simple pagination with arrows. I keep this format on desktop and tablets. However, I would like to show less items when I am viewing the page on a smartphone. So instead of 20 items per page, it'll show 5 items per page along with the pagination arrows. I was wondering if this is possible with PHP or would I have to use javascript?
  4. Hi, I am trying to make a page where the footer is loaded according to the screen size, so if someone is accessing the website via a tablet will be a footer, if it is from the computer, there will be another footer. my problem is that although it is recognizing the windows width, it is not changing the footer accordingly. this is my code: $width = "<script>document.write(window.innerWidth);</script>"; if ($width < 900) { include("footer_mobile.php"); } else { include("footer.php"); } for some reason it is always loading the else footer even though the windows with changes. I added echo"$width" ; and the result of the variable was fine. does anyone know what the problem is cause it is driving me crazy?
  5. Little topic that's gonna bug me if I don't ask I'm trying to learn static layouts, and I'm just getting the hang of them. A few friends are telling me to go responsive to accommodate mobile/tablet users? I can see it from a business sites perspective where you want all types of users and with ease of access, but my site is going to be a gaming modification community, where mobile users aren't really the target audience as it's quicker and easier to download them on the PC than a Phone. I was going to accommodate that audience by allowing them very basic usage (chat, forums, account) and leave off the heavy parts like the gallery, and downloads. Am I going in the wrong direction? Should I be heading down the responsive route? I've literally only just started the first page for the site, but it'd mean re-learning a whole bunch more new stuff which'd prolong the sites progress. Just looking for a little advice in which direction to head
  6. In a smaller browser window the css moves in Safari It appears to look fine in other browsers except Safari Take a look at http://tinyurl.com/mvkkcfg? In Chrome the Firefox - Then compare in Safari I just need the OR image to say in the same spot to matter what browser or window size is used here is the code that Im currently using <div style="z-index:10; position:absolute; margin-top:400px; margin-left:335px"> <img src="http://173.83.251.7/~iworeitb/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/or.png" alt="" /> </div> Please help thanks
  7. I have setup a jsfiddle of what i'm trying to do: http://jsfiddle.net/MgcDU/3936/ The image of the cat is my background image which resizes as the browser resizes. The ball image is absolutely positioned over the cat. How can I get the ball image to resize and stay in the same position as it is my default? Thanks for help with this
  8. I am creating my first responsive website. My site has a wrapper that has the following css: #wrapper { width: 100%; max-width: 1230px; margin: 0 auto; background: #e0dfdf; } and I would like to have this element have a padding of 15px but when i apply that style the width of the element increases by 15px when i want it to stay at for example the max-width of 1230px. Any suggestions?
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