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New Blog URL

I’ve set up a separate blog for writing, since I found myself wanting to use Tumblr more for quickly sharing images or other random things. The new blog is running on Toto, which takes a collection of Markdown files (no database needed) and turns them into a functioning blog. It’s all managed with Git and hosted on Heroku. Pretty slick. I put together a minimal theme for it with some responsive CSS baked in. Check it out!

New year's resolution #1

re·spon·sive

Adjective: Reacting quickly and positively.

I’m happy to say that the redesigned look and feel for the site is up and running – this was one of my new year’s resolutions and I’m proud to say that it’s only taken a week to get it coded from scratch to live on the site.

I have to give some credit to the great Tumblr custom theme documentation, Twitter Bootstrap and the amazingly useful 320 and up project. There are so many great frameworks out there for kickstarting your development and I highly recommend giving them a look. The Twitter Bootstrap in particular (version 1.4.0 at present) has an upcoming 2.0 update which introduces fully responsive CSS.

Anyway – I hope you like the new look. If you have any comments, or spot a bug, send me a tweet or leave a comment.

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Building Responsive Layouts with Sass

How to manage all that complexity when your designs gets too big with many different layout templates and CSS grows into a monster.

Some things gotta give for pragmatism, that will be the “semantic web”.

Those of you who know me well will probably do a double take after reading this post. I am using a lot of presentational class names in our new system. Has Chris given up on semantic layouts? No. But I am a pragmatist – CSS file size has to be kept in check on a site of our size. However, this approach provides solutions to many of the issues I’ve had with traditional grid systems in the past. What’s more, it is just one step away from true semantic layout approach (extending layout classes instead of using them in your markup) – but that last step is the one that bloats the output the most.—Chris Eppstein

Quand le sujet de la nuit charette était donc de rendre un site absolument dégueulasse responsive.

Puis ça c’est quand on a dû passer 3h à essayer de comprendre ce qu’un trèèèès mauvais intégrateur avait fait.
Juste pour vous dire, il avait utilisé bootstrap sans utiliser bootstrap enfaite. Donc il a juste c/c le css de bootstrap dans son propre css (créant une feuille de 9000 lignes).
En plus de bases, bootstrap est responsive mais il a pas utilisé les colonnes et le système de grille et a fait ses propres div. Je dois avouer, j’ai pas compris.

Enfin bref, réelle lutte que de comprendre comment faire du responsive sur cet étron tout en sachant qu’on n’avait pas le droit de toucher aux fichiers de base.
On ne devait que rajouter une feuille de style css responsive, youpi.

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Building a Responsive Single-Page Design with PostCSS

by Ray Villalobos

Learn how to create animated single-page websites with PostCSS, the CSS post-processor that extends the power of CSS through JavaScript.


Video: Use calc() function for simple calculations in CSS



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Popular design news of the week: January 18, 2016 – January 24, 2016

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Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers.

The best way to keep track of all the great stories and news being posted is simply to check out the Webdesigner News site, however, in case you missed some here’s a quick and useful compilation of the most popular designer news that we curated from the past week.

Note that this is only a very small selection of the links that were posted, so don’t miss out and subscribe to our newsletter and follow the site daily for all the news.

How to Use Tints and Shades in your Designs

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Login/Sign up Inspiration for Mobile Apps

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Google’s Creepy Plan to Kill the Password

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3 Typography Trends for 2016

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What is the Most Common Web Design Mistake You See?

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Why Designers Should Reconsider ‘Minimalistic’ Websites

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Website Grader – How Strong is your Website?

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Advice for Becoming a UX Designer

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Tips on How to Design a Great Logo

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Creo: A Design Tool for Mac Which Combines Design and Development

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Is Apple is Working on the Next Major Computing Platform?

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What Makes a Great Front-End Developer

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Most Clients are Dead

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Variables: The Backbone of CSS Architecture

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Adobe Stock Predicts Visual Trends for 2016

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4 Ways to Prevent Image Theft in WordPress

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Merchant Dashboard – Edit Item Animation

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WhatsApp is Now Free and Promises to Stay Ad-free

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Google’s Free Deep Learning Course

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The New York Times Web Site is 20 Years Old Today

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What Apple and Starbucks Taught Me About Building a Brand

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IBM’s Got a Plan to Bring Design Thinking to Big Business

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2016 will Be the Year of Conversational Commerce

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How to Avoid Making Products no One Wants

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Japan’s Arcane Pictogram System Gets a Much-Needed Update

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My updated website is finally up 👍🏼 Fully responsive as seen in the mockup. Contact (in bio) if you need a website 🖥💻📲 #webdesign #webdesigner #webdeveloper #webdevelopment #website #responsivedesign #responsive #design #designer #css #html #jquery #bootstrap #freelance #business #adobe #js #mockup #code #coding #programming

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Building a Responsive Single-Page Design with PostCSS

by Ray Villalobos

Learn how to create animated single-page websites with PostCSS, the CSS post-processor that extends the power of CSS through JavaScript.


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Simple Responsive Images With CSS Background Images

As a developer, we have to run with the web technology revolution which is proven to be a difficult and sometimes painful especially with the latest buzzword “Responsive web”. Even though the website was designed to be accessed through multiply devices, image seems to be responsive and could fit nicely in various viewport size, the same image size is downloaded by the users regardless of the medium the image is being viewed on.

Alsoas mobile users are increasing, we have to make sure that the website load is optimized for them.

In this article we will discuss one of the optimal solutions for responsive images though there are many techniques going around for dealing with responsive images like the new HTML5 standards such as the srcset attribute and<picture> element, as well as server-side techniques such as Responsive Web Design + Server Side Components (RESS).You can choose an easy solutions to deliver responsive images that’s supported by all of today’s Web browsers: CSS background images.

Before anything you must look at the CSS background approach in several steps:

First, the goals and requirements for responsive images.

Then how CSS media queries can help identify important characteristics of our users’ devices.

CSS background-image property that lets us respond to those characteristics.

A strategy for optimizing the individual images that make up a responsive set.

Examine the limitations of this approach in many cases there are simple techniques to overcome them.

Let’s discuss some of the aspects of the website –

The Need for Responsive Images 

To cope up with the popularity of mobile devices viewing the web we recognized the best practices to make our website compatible for different screen sizes. Website content should spread evenly on desktop or on smartphone.

Identifying The User’s Context 

CSS offers the most effective way to distinguish different devices and can give answers to the critical questions like what is the size of the user’s display? And does it support Retina-style images?

The CSS Background-Image Property 

!DOCTYPE html>

<html lang=“en”>

<head>

<metacharset=“utf-8”>

<title></title>

<style>

img.smallscreen{display: none;}

@media only screen and (max-width: 320px) {

img{

display: none;

}

img.smallscreen{

display: inline;

}

}

</style>

</head>

<body>

<imgsrc=“largeimage.jpg”>

<img class=“smallscreen” src=“smallimage.jpg>

</body>

</html>

Creating the Responsive Images

<!DOCTYPE html>

<html lang="en”>

<head>

<metacharset=“utf-8”>

<title></title>

</head>

<body>

<imgsrc=“test.jpg"width="100%”>

<p>Window size: <span id=“size”></span> pixels</p>

<script>

window.onresize=function(){

document.getElementById(“size”).innerHTML=window.innerWidth;

};

</script>

</body>

</html>

Conclusion

At the end of the day, it is the developers mind to decide which responsive web design image approach can do the justice to their workflow.

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Make Bootstrap Carousel Fluid?

I’m using the jQuery Carousel function in Bootstrap. I’m using a fluid layout, and I was wondering if it was possible to make these images and stuff stretch with the page also?

Bootstrap’s sample carousel is already fluid (they place the carousel div outside the “container” div). However, the images inside the carousel are still not fluid, even if you apply class="img-responsive" to the images. To make the carousel images fluid also, add this to your custom CSS file:

.carousel .img-responsive {
  width:100%;
}

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Weekly News iDevie (week 5)
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This is our popular weekly design news post where we share our favorite design related articles, resources and freebies from the past week. You can sign-up to our awesome weekly newsletter for some more amazing design articles, resources and freebies. New Resources & Tools voxel.css – A n…

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