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Loraine Zieba

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very disappointing.. no responsive grid discussion at all !

Morten Responsivemedia

COOL responsive web design tester tool for iPhone
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Giancarlo Leonio

Thanks for this video on Responsive Web Design with Fluid Grids! I found it very helpful. I created a research board on Verious.com with some top tutorials on “Responsive Design and Best Structure for an HTML5 layout page”. Hope other developers can find this useful too. 🙂

Nathan Owen

phpcademy has a series of videos on it, and its great

Raj Kakra

Test your site in various devices from an iPhone and iPad, to a Kindle and on Android on the responsivetools[dot]com. It also shows your site both in portrait and landscape mode. I like this tool much more because of the outlines of the devices displayed on the page, which brings more meaning to the whole process.


The only thing I could think about the whole way though the video… youtube.com/watch?v=w9ERiI1epI4


…a bit disappointing, The title is misleading, kept on waiting for the guy to get to the responsive grid part. Oh well, 20 minutes of my life gone.


screenreaders now already include the possibility to jump to headers inside a document. If more sites use the nav element, screenreaders could even have functionality to directly sskip to the navigation, or to keep a list of all navigation elements contained in the section the user is currently listening to.


I’m visually impaired myself, but I’m lucky enough to be ale to use the zoom functionality, without needing text to speech functions, but I have some blind friends who can tel me how hard it is to navigate a page, when designers use CSS to make a simple p tag look like a H1 or H2. Imagine you have to listen to the entire document to hear the content you’re looking for, that’s not a nice user experience, is it?


For normal users, it doesn’t matter indeed, but for search engines it might. Content inside the header of the page usually shows a great deal of importance on what the page is all about. Also, but this doesn’t apply to the header element as much, sceen readers could really use the new semantic elements in HTML5.


I like your video, but why not use the HTML header tag instead of div id=’header’ ?

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