I'm trying to make a table of rows and columns using divs.
I've got this on my page:
I need to design a website for making it responsive and mobile friendly. The current layout is table based. will it be easy to make it mobile friendly just by tweaking CSS (media queries) or need to change the HTML structure to table-less first?
Here is the website: http://www.webtoolhub.com/
The inner pages are more complex. What is the best way to go mobile friendly?
I've developed few years ago a website that doesn't have media queries for tablet/mobile layout.
Well, this website have more then 500 pages.
So, my client ask me to convert only the front page and few more pages to fit mobile layout.
My question is, what CSS or HTML should I write On the pages that doesn't have mobile layout, that will refer automatically every one who's browsing this page to the mobile layout only when there is one.?
Amir Cohen, Buffalo NY.
So I've decided to start using Google Web Designer, a desktop application for Mac/Windows. I made my first site (just one page for now), and I'm having a little difficulty with figuring a few things out. Here's what I'm struggling with:
• if you resize your window or even open the page on a differently sized monitor, it just stays where it is, it doesn't move to accommodate the size of your browser window.
• there is no scroll bar.
• when I hyperlink text, I'm required to make it blue and underlined.
If anyone has any ideas they'd be greatly appreciated!
Why Does Style Block Affect Some Properties But Not Width of#primary_menu
Why isn't #primary_menu being selected for width, but is selected for other properties on the page at the following link, using the style shown after the link?