As responsive design rapidly increases in popularity, we felt we would take a look at some of the varied solutions and techniques that are being adopted for managing the navigation/menu on smaller screened devices. Planning and building your menu for mobiles will perhaps be the trickiest aspect of your responsive layout, not just with the coding but also having to decide what will stay and what will have to go to fit everything into the smaller screen. It is a juggling act between both readability and the desire to show as much on the screen as possible. Hopefully the solutions we have for you below will help get you on your way.
So we’ve reached the end of our "Responsive Web Design week", tonight’s post will be the last of the series. We are going all out to help you hone your skills in manipulating those codes to respond at will when displayed on different devices.
Theme building is at the heart of WordPress. It’s the technique you use to build bespoke websites for yourself or your clients and it’s a vital skill for anyone wanting to design and develop with WordPress.
More and more WordPress themes now are responsive – they use CSS media queries to adapt to different screen widths, adjusting the layout and making design and interface changes to make any site created using the theme easier to read and interact with on a range of devices and screen sizes.
In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to build a Mobile First WordPress theme, which starts with the styling for the smallest screens and works upwards.
Ok, so we’ve discussed why responsive web design is an excellent solution for our websites. Then we dug a little deeper into how it actually works. Today we want to share our 20 favorite responsively designed websites and why we think they’re so great.