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CSS Menu Writer and Responsive Design

Thread began 11/28/2012 6:04 pm by Rood's Media | Last modified 4/28/2015 6:05 pm by Rood's Media | 3037 views | 12 replies

Mike Perry

I have done a Responsive Site design for -- It uses multiple MW navs on several pages.

Basically I set the key element styles for each element based on the media query (Phone, Tablet, or Desktop). You can see how the elements flow when changing the browser width. I did this in the main css file for the site -- the menu css files are unaltered.

I still have some tweaks to optimize, and it's not real elegant -- but it works for this application.

Developing a true "responsive design" CSS Menu Writer will be pretty challenging -- I've found that there's lots of "tweak and check" in doing RD, and getting the wizard to properly manage all the previews and stuff is going to be complex. . . .

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