A Flexible Grid-Based Layout
- Don`t use no pixel.
- Set body size to 100%, typically the browser’s default type size of 16 pixels.
- Set h1, h2 size to em, target ÷ context = result, such as 24 ÷ 16 = 1.5, the context is container.
- The context is container, target ÷ context = result.
- The context container, target ÷ context = result.
- The context is current element, target ÷ context = result.
- max-width: 100% - let browser automatically resize image
- overflow: hidden - cropped to fit inside its container
Tiled Background Image
- background-position - transition image base on percentage, target ÷ context = result, image dimension not change
- background-size ( CSS3 ) - resize background image
- image tag with explicit width and height like 50×50, provide a image with size of 100×100
- base on device resolution provide different images, Easy retina-ready images using SCSS
- ViewPort <meta name=”viewport” content=”initial-scale=1.0, width=device-width” /> width is window view size, device-width is device size.
- Each query still begins with a media type ( screen ), drawn from the CSS2.1 specification’s list of approved media types. (Like all, screen, print ).
- Immediately after comes the query itself, wrapped in parentheses: ( min-width: 1024px ). And our query can, in turn, be split into two components: the name of a feature ( min-width ) and a corresponding value ( 1024px ).
- Use max-width property for large screen to force a solid width, Experimenting with responsive design in Iterations.
- IE8 and below is not support.
- Media Queries for Standard Devices.
- Photoshop a page mockup, typically a desktop-centric design.
- Turn mockup into html, change browser window size to test.
- Test on devices and laptops to gather issues.
- Change page mockup, treat it as a blueprint to design other pages.