Keeping your website current isn’t just about updating the content. The look of every page tells a story, too. At
we can perform a ‘makeover’ on your present site content reconstruction. We have a wealth of experience of taking old sites and breathing creativity and life into them. Our website content team can transform your current site and turn it into something that reflects the state and look of your company today's web 2.0 and 3.0 demanding standards.
Advanced SmartPhone Support is rather new for DNN world and here we have used the new approach in the template used in dotnetnuke.co.uk
you see here. If you are using your pc to browse these pages, then please go ahead and reduce the size of the browser window from wide to approximately an iPhone or Android typical device you can see how the @media controls the flow of the content and how navigation changes to suite small screen size.
This is achieved by our 1140 grid that fits perfectly into a 1280 monitor. On smaller monitors it becomes fluid and adapts to the width of the browser. Beyond a certain point it uses media queries to serve up a mobile version, which essentially stacks all the columns on top of each other so the flow of information still makes sense. We believe therefore that you can Scrap 1024! Design once at 1140 for 1280, and with very little extra work, it will adapt itself to work on just about any monitor, even mobile.
By mobile, I really mean smart phones. We are not even attempting to support WAP phones or anything old like that. But it does work on devices that recognise 'handheld' in the style sheet media and/or media queries. With media queries you can even include x2 images for the iPhone 4 Retina Display.
New computers, old computers, netbooks, tablets, smartphones, some feature phones.
So far We have tested it on a MacBooks, an iMac, a PC laptop, an old PC, an Eee PC, an iPad, an iPhone 3G, an iPhone 4, Android (Sony live) a few other Android phones, a Samsung Galaxy Tab, a BlackBerry and an older Nokia and all seems to be good.
It works perfectly in Chrome, Safari, Firefox, IE7 & IE8.
It works alright in IE6. IE6 doesn't support max-width, so the grid doesn't fix to 1140px. It spans the full width of the browser. Most people using IE6 probably don't have monitors with a resolution higher than 1280x1024 though. Images are also not restrained to the width of the column because of max-width. But the extra image is hidden, rather than breaking the layout.
Because it's all based off percentages, the gutters vary in size. But at full width the gutters are about 40px wide.
If an image is smaller than the column it is contained in, it will be displayed at its original size. If it is larger then it will be shrunk to the width of the column. Don't define height and width of images inline, it'll break the proportions if they're scaled down.
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