Today we are going to be taking a look at how to check browser compatibility in every web developer’s favorite browser, Internet Explorer. Now Internet Explorer is the problem child of the web development world, bit it is still used in current and old versions by a good majority of web users. Now luckily for
I’ll open up Chrome Dev tools emulator, and look at a mobile view of the web fundamentals site. I’ll open Chrome, navigate to Web Fundamentals, then open the Chrome Developer Tools, using Cmd+Option+J, or Control+Alt+J. Next, I’ll hit the emulator button. It’s that phone looking icon in the toolbar. Great, the emulator is ready to
To start the new width goes here. The new height goes right here. And I type the device pixel ratio in right here. For the user agent string I simply pasted into the box right here. And then I got this message that I needed to reload. And ta da, I’ve got my view port
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Let’s start with Medium. As the page gets larger, we can see that the text reflows. That’s good, but that’s not a breakpoint. But, once the viewport is wide enough, we see that the images got larger and, so did the text. That’s a breakpoint. Once the viewport is this wide, we can see that
To start with, the viewport on the phone is about 320 pixels, which is 640 divided by 2. For the phablet, or the phone tablet, anything around about 300 is going to be accepted. Sometimes device manufacturers fudge the numbers just a little bit, which is going to give you fractions. So, anything around 300’s
Hey this John and welcome to [email protected] Today we will be talking more about the grid and How [can] we use the grid in starting off our web design workflow? So yes, without further ado let’s begin! Before we design anything, let’s talk about grid first. because, many designers would suggest to start creating a
– This year I learned a new skill. I learned how to professionally code the designs I create and turn them into functioning webpages. It’s been a pretty fun journey and in this video, I wanna tell you about it and also about the tools and resources that I learned to develop this new skill.