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Tutorial: Learn how to use CSS Media Queries in less than 5 minutes
Quickly learn how to using CSS media queries. In this video, I explore what media queries are and how you can start using them right away. If you know how to write your own CSS, you'll be able to figure out media queries pretty quickly! All you need to do is assign new CSS rules at specific screen sizes. This is just a brief introduction, but it should be enough to get started in the world of responsive web development. If you're after a little bit of extra reading about CSS Media Queries, here you go: @media - CSS | MDN - https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/@media Using Media Queries - MDN - https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/Media_Queries/Using_media_queries CSS Media Queries & Using Available Space | CSS Tricks - https://css-tricks.com/css-media-queries/ -- New to Sass, or want to step up your game with it? I've got a course just for you: https://www.kevinpowell.co/learn-sass -- I'm on some other places on the internet too! If you'd like a behind the scenes and previews of what's coming up on my YouTube channel, make sure to follow me on Instagram and Twitter. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kevinpowell.co/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/KevinJPowell Codepen: https://codepen.io/kevinpowell/ Github: https://github.com/kevin-powell/
Views: 79115 Kevin Powell
Media queries: print styles
Using media queries to style how a website will print. Code & tutorials: http://learn-the-web.algonquindesign.ca/topics/media-queries/
Views: 7705 Thomas Bradley
Media Query in CSS (Hindi)
Media Query in CSS Make sure you have basic knowledge of HTML before watching Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) Tutorials. You can find out our HTML Complete Video tutorials : http://goo.gl/O254f9 Feel free to share this video: CSS Complete Video Tutorial Playlist: https://goo.gl/1QNdiB Check Out Our Other Playlists: https://www.youtube.com/user/GeekyShow1/playlists SUBSCRIBE to Learn Programming Language ! http://goo.gl/glkZMr Learn more about subject: http://www.geekyshows.com/ __ If you found this video valuable, give it a like. If you know someone who needs to see it, share it. If you have questions ask below in comment section. Add it to a playlist if you want to watch it later. ___ T A L K W I T H M E ! Business Email: [email protected] Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/geekyshow1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GeekyShow Twitter: https://twitter.com/Geekyshow1 Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+Geekyshowsgeek Website: http://www.geekyshows.com/ ___ Make sure you LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, COMMENT, and REQUEST A VIDEO! :) ___
Views: 14971 Geeky Shows
CSS3 Tutorial - Responsive Website Layout Media Queries CSS Stylesheets
Lesson Code: http://www.developphp.com/video/CSS/Media-Queries-Responsive-Website-Layout-Tutorial Learn to create responsive website layouts using CSS3 media queries. Media queries allow us to target a particular media type and then apply zero or more expressions that check for the conditions of particular media features. Using this logic we can adjust all CSS for our site according to the screen size of the device that a user is viewing it with. It will also be responsive if the user resizes their browser window well after your page loads. An alternative to a responsive layout is to simply use percentages for the width values of your elements. But some developers must completely restructure the layout according to the screen size of the viewer. That is where a responsive layout is applied. It also makes you look very capable in your web site design skills. Related Tutorial: Window Size Responsive CSS Layout Stylesheet Change JavaScript Tutorial http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKy0kIZB9y4
Views: 135165 Adam Khoury
Responsive Design Beyond the Media Query: A Deep Look At Container Queries
Media queries have become a part of the web developer’s everyday toolkit. In the time since the iPhone first brought true web browsing to mobile devices, they have gone from obscure tool used for print to an absolute necessity. There’s just one problem: While they work great for making responsive layouts, they’re terrible for creating responsive components. Ideally, a truly reusable component should be able to function in multiple places in a layout at any one of a number of screen sizes and “just work”, but with media queries this quickly results in multiplying complexity as you need new styles not only for every screen size but also every possible location in the layout. Enter element and container queries. The original idea of an “element query” was to allow you to target sizes for an element directly in css, so that you can then directly modify the styles based on the space available for the element. The problem with this approach is that you quickly end up in undefined situations. If you allow an element to change its own styles based on size, what happens if it changes its own size? Breakdown. The New Hope Container queries hope to solve this problem by explicitly allowing you to *only* influence child elements based on their container’s size. This offers most of the benefits of an element query, without the drawback of being able to create impossible scenarios for the browser. Read the full email and get the links here: http://zurb.us/2lIbxn2 Imagine the possibilities! The promise of truly self-contained components that could be plugged into a multitude of locations within a website and “just work” opens a whole new world of design opportunities. We’ve gathered a list of articles exploring this concept for you to read, check them out below, and start dreaming… if container queries become a reality, what will you build? Start the new year off with training directly from the Foundation team! Our unique online Intro to Foundation course will get you up and running with the framework fast as well as provide you with some tips and tricks directly from the team that created it. Check out the course: http://zurb.com/university/foundation-intro
Views: 1402 ZURB
@media Link Tag CSS Media Query Mobile First Responsive Design
You can use the link element media attribute as an alternative to the CSS @media selector Blog article and source files: http://bit.ly/1jS2ivp Audience: Those who are new to CSS Cascading Style Sheets for mobile development. Welcome to this segment in our series on using CSS media queries to create a mobile first, responsive design. Now we are ready to explore approaches for organizing your mobile first responsive design CSS. So far we placed all our CSS and the media queries into one HTML document. You might say we should use the HTML link tag to load external CSS files. You would point out this is how we share CSS across multiple HTML documents. And you are right! The approach we will demonstrate uses multiple separate CSS files. One file will contain the base CSS and one file for each targeted screen width. But do we still need the media query selectors? Media query selectors are just CSS. They will work the same in external CSS files. However the HTML link tag has a media attribute. Conveniently it uses the same media queries syntax as the CSS media selector. This how we are going to do our example. Now this is just one approach. You need to consider other possible approaches. So we will also sketch out basic organizational alternatives. Then investigate the performance criteria involved. This approach can work well for you. It reduces the length of CSS and organized the targets into separate files. But by adding four css file we have also exposed four http network requests. Network requests provide overhead that could impact timing. For light weight traffic requirements this should not be significant. If it is a problem consider some alternatives. The obvious approach is to use one external css file. In that approach place the same css we had in the style tag into that file. Another approach is to have two css files. One for the base and one for the screen width changes. Then attach this after the base css file without the html link tag media attribute. The media selectors in the file will do the detections. In the beginning of our series we learned about other media query tests. For example we could test for screen resolution or orientation. Your design requirements increase when targeting particular design features. This can result in more media queries for the same target minimum widths. In that case you may consider our approach in the example we completed. The first css file is for smart phone widths. Second for tablet widths. The last for laptops and desktops. Each represents the base css for that target minimum width. Then within that target minimum width group you can add additional media queries targeting special cases. Such as a different pixel density image for a retina device versus a legacy device. You just add css media selectors within the css file for those special circumstances.
Views: 3003 Lon Hosford
CSS3 Media Queries Tutorial, How to Use Media Queries
Get the FULL TRAINING HERE: https://academy.zenva.com/product/full-stack-web-development-mini-degree/?zva_src=youtube-fullstackmd Access the full course + source code: https://academy.zenva.com/product/upgrade-your-skills-to-css3-in-1-hour/?zva_src=youtube Let me ask you a question: Are you a CSS or a CSS3 developer? Are you fully ready for the mobile web? One of the things that separates a horrific website from a clean, responsive and professional looking website is whether it’s built on outdated CSS practices or it’s using ninja-worthy CSS3 techniques. Upgrade Your Skills with CSS3 in 1 Hour is a Zenva original title created by Ashley Menhennett, technical author, web developer and designer from Australia. In this online training, you’ll learn the main modules and techniques CSS3 has to offer, so that you can build responsive, clean and beautiful websites that can be displayed in all devices. By the end of the course, you’ll be able to incorporate the following techniques to your developer toolbelt: Dealing with the mobile web: viewport tag and CSS3 media queries. Creating responsive layouts for any screen size, whether it’s a mobile phones, a tablets, a desktop computers or even one of those fancy smart TV’s! CSS3 transforms, transitions and animations. Decorating containers with rounded borders and background images. Using advanced CSS3 selectors to code your stylesheets like a ninja. Create 3D buttons. Incorporate webfonts into your web projects. Upgrade your skills and become a CSS3 ninja. Be up to the task for the challenges of the mobile web Homepage: http://zenva.com YouTube: http://youtube.com/fariazz2 GameDev Academy: http://gamedevacademy.org HTML5 Hive: http://html5hive.org De Idea A App: http://deideaaapp.org Facebook: http://facebook.com/ZenvaDev Twitter: @ZenvaTweets Medium: https://medium.com/@zenva
Views: 46947 Zenva
How to display or hide website content on mobile devices using CSS?
How to display or hide website content on mobile devices using CSS? For detailed post and demo code visit www.techubber.blogspot.com
Views: 5754 Techubber - Tech Blog
Media query layout: navigation
Applying media queries on a small screen layout to make more effective navigation on other screen sizes. Code & tutorials: http://learn-the-web.algonquindesign.ca/topics/media-queries-layout/
Views: 2556 Thomas Bradley
Matching Media Queries with JS
There is a built-in method on the Window object that lets you test your webpage against any media-query so that your script can be just as responsive as your CSS.
Views: 845 Steve Griffith
@media Device Breakpoints CSS Media Query Mobile First Responsive Design
Targeting the breakpoint for device widths is a design choice. A simplified version of the CSS Cascading Style Sheet @media selector is used for this direction. Blog article and source files: http://bit.ly/1jMz3wm Audience: Those who are new to CSS Cascading Style Sheets for mobile development. This is fourth video in a series to build a framework for CSS Cascading Style Sheets following the mobile first responsive design approach. This video breaks breaks down the media query syntax and sorts out key items for a simplified method to target key device widths and provide a flexible design for device widths in between. It also handles the mobile first problem of what to do once you get to a screen on a desktop substantially wider than your content. Mobile first designs target all mobile device by using screen widths. This is example adds the meta element for viewport to base screen Cascading Style Sheet discussed in previous videos. This will be necessary so that progressive media queries introduced later used to detect wider device screen widths work at the device width break points At then end of the series this will be part of a template you can use to target smartphones, mobile tables like the iPad, and laptops and desktops.
Views: 8956 Lon Hosford
Media Query in css advance #20 Media Query
Welcome to Tech Talk Tricks and in this video, we will learn about media query with the help of suitable example. My Gadgets : ►Laptop : https://amzn.to/2UlVZq7 ►Mic : https://amzn.to/2Scq3al ►Tripod : https://amzn.to/2TfND3e ►Phone : https://amzn.to/2UroWkN Media queries can be used to check many things, such as: width and height of the viewport. width and height of the device. orientation (is the tablet/phone in landscape or portrait mode?) resolution. Media queries are a feature of CSS that enable webpage content to adapt to different screen sizes and resolutions. They are a fundamental part of responsive web design and are used to customize the appearance of websites for multiple devices. An element query is similar to a media query because it uses CSS when certain conditions are met. However, they are based on elements rather than the browser, which are currently unsupported in CSS3. At Tech Talk Tricks you will learn HTML, CSS, SQL, PL/SQL, JAVA and many more computer as well as mobile tips and tricks. So please SUBSCRIBE to getting updated with the latest technology. css media queries mobile,media query css for all devices,media queries css tricks,media query example,media query min and max standard media queries,media query for all devices,media query screen size SUBSCRIBE our channel at : https://www.youtube.com/techtalktricks ************************************************** Follow Tech Talk Trick on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/techtalktricks ************************************************** Follow tech talk trick on Twitter https://twitter.com/tecktalktrick ************************************************** Follow Tech Talk Tricks on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/techtalktricks ************************************************** Subscribe tech talk tricks on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/techtalktricks ***************************************************
Views: 394 TechTalkTricks
Responsive Aspect Ratio in CSS using Element Queries
This video explores on technique for writing responsive CSS that is aware of the aspect-ratio of the element you are trying to resize.
Views: 1147 innovati
CSS3 Tutorials - CSS3 Media Queries - orientation, aspect ratio, and device aspect ratio
CSS3 Tutorials - CSS3 Media Queries - orientation, aspect ratio, and device aspect ratio
Media Queries Other Than Width
Want to have your CSS respond and change to things like screen orientation, screen aspect ratio, screen resolution, or height? Media Queries can already do all that. Watch and learn. Code GIST: https://gist.github.com/prof3ssorSt3v3/3bfdbac3540fa8bc85ae5bae0889bc8c
Views: 218 Steve Griffith
Module 1: Media query transitions.
In this video you will be learning how to add custom transition element with css in your page similarly as you add in some media while editing a movie you can add your transition in this i.e after a certain width your navigation menu should be hidden. Lets learn how to do it. Please do like comments, If you like this video http://blog.cyberclaws.in
Views: 96 Abhishek sharma
Visualising multiple CSS media queries
This is a quick tutorial for dealing with multiple CSS queries, especially when targeting both width and height. By mapping them out in Photoshop you get a precise visual guide. http://www.sa-design.co.uk
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Responsive Design in Arabic #02 - Learn The Media Query Part 1
Learn about the Media Query and how to customize the element in every window size part 1
Views: 18700 Elzero Web School
Stylus: nested media queries
Using nested media queries inside Stylus to simplify and organize media queries. Code: https://github.com/algonquindesign/html-css/tree/gh-pages/stylus
Views: 952 Thomas Bradley
Window Size Responsive CSS Layout Stylesheet Change JavaScript Tutorial
Lesson Code: http://www.developphp.com/video/JavaScript/Window-Size-Responsive-CSS-Layout-Stylesheet-Change-Tutorial Learn to program layout response to screen view or window size changes using JavaScript to affect the CSS Stylesheet link element in the document. The script also handles layout adjustment when the document is initially loading.
Views: 27253 Adam Khoury
css media queries
How to do basic media queries with css for print and screen styles
Views: 34 John McCaffrey
CSS Layout Tutorial - 20 - Media queries
In this video we take a look at media queries. HTML: http://pastebin.com/kcHccVTM CSS: http://pastebin.com/vDGRnP4C
Views: 36079 EJ Media
Breakpoints for beginners - Webflow CSS tutorial (using the Old UI)
To help you build out elegant responsive designs, Webflow enables customizations at 4 different breakpoints / device sizes: desktop, tablet, mobile landscape, and mobile portrait. In this video, we'll introduce you to some must-know concepts like: 1. How styles, settings, and content differ across the breakpoints 2. How to hide elements at specific breakpoints 3. Testing the fluidity of your design ---------- Get started with Webflow: https://help.webflow.com/courses/getting-started http://webflow.com http://twitter.com/webflow http://facebook.com/webflow
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Responsive Design in Arabic #03 - Learn The Media Query Part 2
Learn about the Media Query and how to customize the element in every window size part 2
Views: 12068 Elzero Web School
How Circularity is Handled with CSS Media Queries
This video captures the 'breakpoint fudging' that happens when a CSS media query would apply a style that would toggle the display of a scrollbar that would alter the validity of the query condition. What happens is that for ~15 pixels after the breakpoint occurs, the media query does not apply.
Views: 19 innovati
Dan Sherson - Element Queries! wait, what? why? ...how?
Media Queries, but for elements. By Dan Sherson - @dansherson MelbCSS Meetup 7th October 2015 http://www.meetup.com/MelbCSS/events/222030660/
Views: 224 MelbCSS
Editing styles across breakpoints - Webflow CSS tutorial (using the Old UI)
Setting styles on one breakpoint, like desktop, can affect values on other breakpoints. These style values cascade down through different breakpoints—changes on desktop will cascade down to tablet, mobile landscape, and mobile portrait, while changes to mobile landscape will only affect mobile portrait. This cascading nature lies to all styles (e.g., element tag styles cascading down to classes) unless a style is overwritten. In this video, we’ll cover: 1. Adding and changing styles 2. Determining style inheritance 3. Clearing styles ---------- Get started with Webflow: https://help.webflow.com/courses/getting-started http://webflow.com http://twitter.com/webflow http://facebook.com/webflow
Views: 9912 Webflow
Web Styles Based on Browser Width with CSS Media Queries
Use CSS media queries to load different stylesheets based on browser size from full screen desktop to handheld / iPhone. You can find my source files for the video at http://www.ralphphillips.com/youtube/cssmedia/ This is the last video for the iPod Nano Giveaway (Ends December 10). Get more info at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MoID0wvNpn0 If you're not already a subscriber to my channel, subscribe. Watch the four tutorial vides with iPod Nano in the title from 11/20 to 12/10. Head over to http://www.ralphphillips.com/youtube and provide your YouTube username, and answer the questions correctly.
Views: 5307 Ralph Phillips
Element Queries in Under 4 Minutes
Watch as I convert a pre-existing responsive CSS menu into element queries using the EQCSS syntax in under four minutes! I actually made an error while doing this—I forgot to close one of my queries, but it worked all the same. Always be sure to close your queries. This video was only supposed to be an audio test, but after I recorded this my computer refuses to record any video longer than 2 minutes, so this is all I can capture for now…until I figure out how to record “Element Queries in under 2 Minutes” :P For more info on how to get started with Element Queries check out http://elementqueries.com
Views: 656 innovati
Creating a responsive grid and using media queries
Based off of the W3Schools tutorial: http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_rwd_intro.asp We are creating our own responsive grid / media query system
Views: 2101 Meri Engel
HTML CSS JQuery Media Query Mobile First Project Review
My blog article and source files: http://bit.ly/1h6irYA Audience: Those who are new to CSS Cascading Style Sheets for mobile development. This is second video in a series to build a framework for CSS Cascading Style Sheets following the mobile first responsive web design approach. This video shows reviews the project file used in the video. The file contains the base CSS Cascading Style Sheets for all the responsive design views. Mobile first designs target all mobile device by using screen widths. This is the base screen Cascading Style Sheet discussed. Progressive media queries are later used to detect wider device screen widths, overrides the CSS Cascading Style Sheet shown in the base project file. At then end of the series you have a template to target smartphones, mobile tables like the iPad, and laptops and desktops. Let's take a look at the starting project file for this video series so you are more comfortable with the HTML and CSS that's already in place. Here is our starting practice file opened up in Firefox. And we also have the Firebug plugin opened. We will use the Firebug just to get a quick familiarity with the actual HTML that we have setup. So first let's take a look at that down here in the HTML panel you can see it's a very simple structure we have an html5 header tag. We have a section tag both siblings of each other. The header tag has an h1 tag in it. And the section tag has an h2 to tag and two p tags in it. There isn't too much to that. If we use Firebug we can actually highlight over these and you can see them up here in the browser window as they're being selected. And we can also see the layout over on the right hand side. And if you look at the layout panel you'll notice that each of the tag elements that are in our document are set up for a position property of static. So that means they just flow one after another down the page as you might expect in a normal flow layout. The CSS is that the document level so we can take that tag in open up there's the style tag with the CSS. Or we can view it over here in the CSS panel for Firebug. There's nothing too surprising in the CSS for this document. We will notice that first the header and section elements are being set so they recognized for legacy browsers. Then we're using the universal selector to set color margin and padding for all the other elements. The body has a background in a family for the fonts. The header section we are targeting inside the header element the h1 for its properties such as background font size height padding and line with. And then the other major part of the documents is the section element and it has internally an h2 and a p tag and we are also targeting those. These are our base CSS selectors styles and properties. And they will apply into all different types of views including a iPhone view or a Samsung Galaxy view or an iPad or any tablet view or even as you see them right here on our web browser which is a rather wide width web browser in a very large monitor. So what we'll do is we'll modify these properties and selectors based on detecting the width of the screen using CSS media queries. And we'll do that so that are view looks more appropriate for that particular width. But first we'll start by understanding how the default mobile device width and scaling is controlled. You may have noticed web pages on your smartphone too tiny to read and requiring horizontal scrollingvto view them. We can then then start detecting device widths using CSS media queries.
Views: 3343 Lon Hosford
Meta="viewport" and media queries for responsive design
This video is part of the course "HTML and CSS For Beginners: Create 3 websites from scratch" that you can find on https://www.thecodingbase.com/library/5b48c2bef021a7002047bbad In this video, you will learn how to make an element responsive using media queries
Views: 27 The Coding Base
📂 WordPress | Resize/change elements with media queries | google fonts
Hey guys, a very important tutorial on how resize/change fonts and other elements using media queries. Also taking a look at how to use google fonts along side media queries. @media all and (max-width: 800px) { }
Views: 915 Aaron Kelly
Custom Fonts, Backgrounds and Media Queries
In this tutorial, I show you how to add custom fonts from Google WebFonts, plus Custom Full Screen Background Images and Media Queries for responsive design.
Views: 1285 Ray Villalobos
Element Queries Demo
Demo: http://codepen.io/tomhodgins/pen/dXqLPy?editors=0100 In this video I use EQCSS.js and scoped CSS to change the border-color of an input based on the number of characters inside
Views: 216 innovati
Web Development Tutorial: How to Implement an HTML Responsive Website with CSS Media Queries
Let's talk about CSS media queries in this web development tutorial. And if you've never heard of what a media query is, that's perfectly fine. We're going to start from the ground up. A media query is a tool in CSS that allows for us to implement responsive design elements. When I say responsive, what I mean is what I'm going to show you right here. I have two nearly identical sites. One is responses and uses media queries, and the other one is not. We're going to walk through, after this demo, we're going to walk through the code and we're going to implement a full media query for this homepage. Let's first look at a media query based site. If I open this up, what I can do is it looks good on desktop and then if I were to access this on a mobile device, which I can mimic by just bringing this down here, you can see that the entire site readjusts. This is what someone coming on an Android or an iPhone would see. You notice how we have the logo has readjusted. It's now at the top. And then we have the navigation elements are stacked on top of each other. And then the same thing with the contact information. Then everything else has also readjusted. This is looking really good. This is the kind of experience you'd want to see on a mobile device. Now, if you open up a site that does not have the media query though, and then try to perform the same action, you're going to get very different behavior. Notice now, if I take this down to the same size, that it does not readjust. Someone accessing the site's going to load it up and they're going to see this distorted looking page. They're going to have to scroll to the right. A bunch of things are kind of shrunk in and overlapping. This is really not a good experience. This is the reason why media queries are so powerful. Now that we have a good idea on what they are, let's walk through how we can implement them. I have this page open and I have the code open for it right here. I'm going to start by creating a new style sheet here called media queries. This isn't necessary, this is just because I want to be able to have all my media queries in one spot. It will also be easy for us to see them. Let me open that up and in the styles directory, I'm going to save a file called media queties.css. Then here, we're going to be able to add all of those. Now, the syntax for using a media query is ... it looks a little bit different if you've never used it before. It starts with a @ symbol. Then you say media. Then this is a method or a function. That means it takes an argument. The very first thing that we have to provide is the breakpoint. If I say medium max-width. Then I'm going to use 615 pixels. What this is going to do is this is going to say that whenever we have a screen that is below 615 pixels wide, which is a pretty standard size for using with smartphone devices, then I want you to apply these styles. Now, whenever you're using media queries, a trick to make sure that you are following is your media queries should be at the very end. They should be the last styles that you include. The reason for that is because if you have media queries and then you call other styles after that, they will override it. You need to make sure you call that at the very end. What this is going to do is the browser's going to look, it's going see all of these media queries, and it's going to check and say, "Okay, these are the styles I am going to apply, and I'm going to run these if the screen is 615 pixels or less." You could do this for any of them. Let's just test this out. If you look at the index here in the navigation wrapper, you can see that we have navigation wrapper and then we have all of these items inside of it. We have a left column, a center column div, and then a right column. I think this is going to be a great place to start. If I say navigation-wrapper. Then inside of here, I'm going to change the flex direction. Instead of having the default row, I'm going to change it to column. Then I also want to update the height so it's 100%. Let's see what this does for us on our site that previously was not working on mobile. Let me open this up in a new browser window. Now, if I shrink this down, you can see that when we hit that breakpoint, you see how this got readjusted. Before, that was not working. Before, it just simply went to the side and then it didn't shrink down and it didn't stack it on top of each other like that. Full guide: https://www.crondose.com/2018/08/how-to-use-css-media-queries-to-build-a-responsive-website/ Follow me: Twitter: https://twitter.com/jordanhudgens Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jordanhudgens/ GitHub: http://github.com/jordanhudgens
Views: 567 edutechional
CSS Layout Tutorial - 21 - Media queries Part 2
In this video we take a look at media queries. HTML: http://pastebin.com/kcHccVTM CSS: http://pastebin.com/nNVyrVg4
Views: 28177 EJ Media
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Learn HTML & CSS - How To Make Your Website Responsive For Mobile Devices Using Media Queries
This is a lecture on using media queries in CSS to make your web page responsive for different screen widths and sizes. Get this course for 80% off, risk-free 30-day money back guarantee: http://bit.ly/1Tfn2gC The course is split up into 2 sections: HTML & CSS There are a total of 7 code challenges, 2 quizzes and 1 code project that you can host to your Github account or any domain to show off to employers. -max-width is for the designated width and under "This element can be this width or less" -min-width is for the designated width and more "This element can be this width or more: -You can use percentages to make your website elements responsive. -They adapt to the size of the screen viewing the web page.
Views: 3883 Web Dev Career
How to use CSS3 Media Queries
Working Demo: http://codifyacademy.com/youtube/wk04/video-02/ Download the source code here: https://github.com/chrisbrody/Youtube-Videos/tree/master/wk04/video%2002%20-%20Media%20Queries
Views: 878 Codify Academy
CSS3 Tutorial - Responsive website layout media queries
How to create a responsive website layout with CSS3 and HTML5 using media queries. By Daniel Studio Tutorials.
How to create Retina CSS Background Images
Learn how to use CSS Media Queries to detect Retina/Hi-DPI screens and the CSS3 Background-Image property to create stunning high resolution background images. You can find all of the supporting code here: http://www.crearegroup-webdesign.co.uk/blog/videos/retina-css-backgrounds.html
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srcset and sizes attributes - [ images on the web | part one ]
Using srcset allows us to load in different versions of the same image based on the size of the viewport, or the pixel density of the user's device. This is really helpful as it's one relatively easy way to go about reducing bandwidth for users on lower end devices while ensuring that users on high-end devices get nice, crisp images. One cool thing with this is, it's all done with html, but the downside of it is that it can bulk up your markup a little bit, and we all like having clean markup. The other strange thing is, if you use the sizes attribute, you are actually going to be including media queries in your html... which is kind of strange. But it makes sense that this is all done in the markup and not the CSS with how the spec works, it just creates this weird thing where the markup actually partially relies on the CSS, which is not something we normally ever have to worry about. Link to my code: https://codepen.io/kevinpowell/pen/MzRgJK This video involved quite a bit of research on my part, below are the resources I used if you'd like to do more reading on the subject: https://ericportis.com/posts/2014/srcset-sizes/ https://css-tricks.com/responsive-images-youre-just-changing-resolutions-use-srcset/ https://developers.google.com/web/ilt/pwa/lab-responsive-images https://developer.apple.com/design/human-interface-guidelines/ios/icons-and-images/image-size-and-resolution/ https://medium.freecodecamp.org/a-guide-to-responsive-images-with-ready-to-use-templates-c400bd65c433 --- I have a newsletter! https://www.kevinpowell.co/newsletter New to Sass, or want to step up your game with it? I've got a course just for you: https://www.kevinpowell.co/learn-sass --- My Code Editor: VS Code - https://code.visualstudio.com/ How my browser refreshes when I save: https://youtu.be/h24noHYsuGc --- Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/kevinpowell I'm on some other places on the internet too! If you'd like a behind the scenes and previews of what's coming up on my YouTube channel, make sure to follow me on Instagram and Twitter. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kevinpowell.co/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/KevinJPowell Codepen: https://codepen.io/kevinpowell/ Github: https://github.com/kevin-powell
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Philip Zastrow's Container-based RWD with Element Queries at CSS Dev Conf
Philip Zastrow http://twitter.com/zastrow The media query is a wonderful, powerful tool that allow us to make transformable websites for devices all shapes and sizes. Sometimes though, a more granular level of control is needed to make the content fit its context. We'll dive into element queries and see what happens when we bring responsive principles to the components of a page. * Overview of what are Element Queries * How Element Queries are used * The current state of Element Queries * Ways to use Element Queries now Follow CSS Dev Conf on http://CSSDevConf.com on http://twitter.com/CSSDevConf on http://facebook.com/CSSDevConf
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CSS Layout Tutorial - 22 - Media queries Part 3
In this video we take a look at media queries. HTML: http://pastebin.com/6V6SeJir CSS: http://pastebin.com/NTFea89d CSS 2: http://pastebin.com/0YEhGQ8J
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How to INSPECT ELEMENT PRINT window in Chrome Browser
How to INSPECT ELEMENT PRINT window in Chrome Browser Here you can do Inspect element of Print window (Ctrl+P) and you can easily change CSS style at runtime with @media print css Steps: Browser Option -- More Tools -- Developer Tools -- or Simple Press Ctrl + Shift + I -- Click on 3 Dotted option icon (on top right) -- More Tools -- Rendering -- Tick on the (Emulate CSS Media) and you are done (You can inspect print window ) ► Subscribe for more: https://www.youtube.com/hidaytrahman ► Watch similar videos - Blogger | Create Multiple Post, Pages, Change Icon, Step By Step Tutorial in [Hindi / Urdu] https://youtu.be/xip7w5-9s1g ] Web Designer / Front end development Tutorial for beginners in Hindi /Urdu https://youtu.be/9w3-_Xa_Wsk Write Javascript, JQuery Code in Android phonehttps://youtu.be/bR-elWgwpo0 how to RECOVER Deleted Photos from android phone without any application in HINDI https://youtu.be/d_lXyHmk5Zs How to Find Your Lost or Stolen phone - in hindi https://youtu.be/wxi8mR7i244 how to lock any app in oppo a57 in hindi https://youtu.be/7oGnDzbGK5s p Hide any FILES, APPS, VIDEO, PHOTOS in android phone https://youtu.be/z3qHhqTqF-Y ================== ► Connect with me! ● Twitter: https://goo.gl/ACs7hl ● Main Channel: https://goo.gl/4sLunP ● Instagram: https://goo.gl/hf6zam ● Github: https://goo.gl/aKjQrm ● Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hidaytrahmani
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