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Solved: Auto Re-Size a Web Page and Its Visuals

Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by beauj, Jan 13, 2015.

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  1. beauj

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    I have heard (but haven't seen any examples) that there is a way in HTML5 to create a web page which automatically re-sizes all visible elements when the browser window is re-sized. so that no visible element gets chopped off or cut out no matter the size of the window. The page would always look the same no matter its size, only the size of its visible elements would change.

    What's the technical term for such a functionality?
    Is such a functionality within HTML, CSS, of JavaScript?

    NB: I realize that such a functionality would make a page un-readable when very small, but that's OK
    NB: such a page would of course have no vertical or horizontal sliders.
     
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    Got the answer on my own, sorry to bother you guys :eek:
    It's called Responsive Design
     
  3. JiminSA

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    Au contraire beauj (welcome to TSG!) there loads of responsive sliders out there! Looksee here
     
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