Most recent blogs in the CSS category
Bootstrap has been around for a few years now, and everything I'd read about it told me what a fantastic front-end framework it is. That everything is faster and easier and it can save web developers heaps of time. Unfortunately, that's also about all I knew about Bootstrap. Ignorance is bliss, right?
Responsive web design is the buzz word at the moment, but what does it actually mean? How do you decide if a website is responsive? Before we answer these questions, we need to step back and define the word 'responsive'.
Infinite scrolling makes the web and your web pages nice and fluid. Unfortunately, this comes with some challenges you need to deal with in order to gain the maximum benefit and none of the downside.
People are resizing browser windows. Which we knew and know but still... wow, they're resizing browser windows.
The entire web development industry is be-smitten Responsive design. And it is indeed a clever technology and with its place. But we are in a world where users and conversion come before technology, Adaptive design is your unlikely, un-cool answer. (Though soon enough you will think it is cool...)
Using primarily HTML and CSS we can "fluidly" adjust the width of elements and even hide elements to fit the available space.
How much unnecessary time are your customers waiting for your pages download? How does is it affecting your bottom line? It seems that these days users care more about load time than bells and whistles. Additionally, page load times are becoming more important to your seach engine rankings too.