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Beginning Responsive Web Design with HTML5 and CSS3 by Jonathan Fielding

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CHAPTER 5

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Frameworks in Responsive Design

Responsive development, as I’m sure you can appreciate, does add additional work to a project, where developers need to consider all the different variations of a web site when viewed with different screen resolutions. A way in which we can reduce our workload when building a site is to use a responsive framework as a starting point.

When looking at fluid design as discussed in Chapter 4, I explained the basics of CSS grids and you learned how to develop your own. However, in the example provided, the grid was largely simplified, and developing a more complex grid could actually be quite time-consuming. ...

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