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Thread began 11/28/2012 6:04 pm by Rood's Media | Last modified 4/28/2015 6:05 pm by Rood's Media | 3214 views | 12 replies

Rood's Media

Adding MW to DW Multiview Media Query Fluid Layouts

Hi Everyone. So I have started teaching myself how to design fluid layouts with Dreamweaver CS5. Traditionally I was doing fixed width 960px layouts and using MW for every design. Now that I am using the DW Multiscreen window and Media Query I am wondering how I can apply 3 different MW Layouts for the buttons on the site?

Working on the issue at 1:30am is probably not a good start… but if someone could point me in the right direction that would be great.


I am trying to move on to the Fluid Grid Layouts in Dreamweaver CC. I was thinking I could possibly show and hide 3 menus within the different break points. I have not tried it yet... I am slowly trying to figure all this responsive stuff out and how it will work with all my other extensions and dynamic content. Every example I see online just shows people making random static content.

I would love to see what people have been able to to with the MW extension within a responsive layout.

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