Making S-drive Stream/blog responsive...
You should be able to paste the code directly into an html element. You'll have to alter all the css in Hard Core mode on the dashboard to make it responsive.
It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.
This is a site I built for my work.(RSD)
This is a site I built for use in my job.(HTML Editor)
This is my personal site used for testing and as an easy way to share photos.(RLM imported to RSD)
http://www.coffeecup.com/forums/s-drive … esponsive/
When you open it and look at the home pg of the blog it is fine, all is well. When you open one of the blog entries then it cuts off some of the entry on the rt side. I tried about 6 times to tweak width settings to get it to work correctly and no joy. Maybe has something to do with that ems font settings?...
On the home pg if you click on the big blue blog button it opens and then if you open a blog entry you can veiw the problem. If you go to another pg of the site: all other pgs of the site are the old VSD site, you can veiw the old blog UN-edited and static.
http://kyleschaeffer.com/development/cs … -vs-pt-vs/
If you're using RLM, create an area to contain your blog; left, right or centered and however wide you want it to be.
(I use a 12 col grid and put mine at a 9 col span to the left.)
Before you start, copy/save the original code – just in case! I also made another copy to work on in the HTML Editor so I could see it better.
I would work on this within your RSD site rather than the old VSD site, you'll need the Stream positioned in a flexible grid to see if everything's re-sizing as it should.
Get rid of pixel widths on the containers, replace with width: 100%; . Experiment width percentages for your fonts.
So, shall we say that it does not exist? If you click the blog link on the home pg responsive pg you get the free standing blog stream pg that has been edited for the pixel widths with the percentages added. Have not as of yet messed with fonts settings. I am asking and wondering if the fonts settings changes will solve the rendering problem when you click on one of the blog entries and then it goes off the pg to the rt on some of the wider sections. seems to be ok on the blog home pg and I am wondering if shrinking the fonts will solve the problem? I am needing to find out how exactly to spell out the font editing.
The blog seems to be responsive in its free standing state. Just need to get it tweaked some now so that it all fits on all of the pgs.
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