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Have you created something totally awesome with Responsive Site Designer? Share what you created with others here.
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Has anybody created a web site with it? I would sure like to see one.
After a long love affair with VSD (and being able to build just about anything I can imagine with it)
these 'Responsive Designer' tools seem so different I'm having a very hard time trying to get my brain
around any of it. Maybe I'm going to be hours of mental anguish ahead just to go ahead and hire Adam
to build a responsive site for me. :/ Sure looking forward to those tutorials. :)

Mel Hardman
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In response to your request to see some websites built with RSD, here goes:

The first one is a remake of an actual cover site I have on another host provider: http://toms-site.coffeecup.com/Simple Website.

The embedded Contact form on the Contact Us page was made with Web Form Builder. In this version the form (in a frame) is made not operational. Enter anything or nothing and hit Submit. It will always go to the Feedback page.

The second one is a modified version of the free RSD file that I got when I ordered RSD. Instead of one page using anchors to access the different sections it has multiple pages with one section on each page: http://toms-site.coffeecup.com/The Coast Modified.

These sites are not spectacular, but I have only been playing with RSD since Tuesday. Unfortunately I didn't have much experience using Responsive Layout Maker or these simple efforts wouldn't have taken so long to implement. So, the output is the result of a great training lesson.

Try these sites on a desktop or laptop computer and/or any mobile device you may have.

Good Luck with your use of RSD!!!

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Here you go. Not perfect, but not too difficult for a first attempt.

http://ilgirlsstate.org

This was a VSD site that I started from scratch on RSD. Started it Wednesday evening. Still have a bit of work to do (hit the 20 page limit) and definitely need some tweaks.
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Built from scratch in RSD, going to admit that I bought RLM only to get early access to RSD and never used it. :rolleyes:

Stored in a subdomain until I get the go ahead to make it live, any feedback most appreciated. (Would like to note I am 100% not a web designer)

http://www.responsive.mcsmarts.co.uk/
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Great looking website David,

One suggestion though. I noticed that you didn't take advantage of the breakpoints as much as you could have.

I would set one up for the lower screen resolutions and make your two columns of information goto one.
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David McLuckie wrote:
Built from scratch in RSD, going to admit that I bought RLM only to get early access to RSD and never used it. :rolleyes:

Stored in a subdomain until I get the go ahead to make it live, any feedback most appreciated. (Would like to note I am 100% not a web designer)

http://www.responsive.mcsmarts.co.uk/


Nice simple, informative site. Two things I would fix other than what Steve already suggested.
Your menu text does not fit the width of your menu on an iPad that is standing vertically and also your footer had no padding/margin on the sides and looks kind of funky being right up to the edge of the screen.

Otherwise nice job. :)
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Thanks for that guys.

Always learning.
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Mel Hardman wrote:
Has anybody created a web site with it? I would sure like to see one.
After a long love affair with VSD (and being able to build just about anything I can imagine with it)
these 'Responsive Designer' tools seem so different I'm having a very hard time trying to get my brain
around any of it. Maybe I'm going to be hours of mental anguish ahead just to go ahead and hire Adam
to build a responsive site for me. :/ Sure looking forward to those tutorials. :)

Mel Hardman


I'm this site with RSD to making he is not yet ready but then you have an idea. RSD is really good care, however, that your HTML and CSS names understand. RSD save you a lot of time so you can engage more with the design.

http://www.amalia-apartments.com/test/index.html

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It's still very much a work in progress, but my first effort based on the "Vintage" theme is here: http://johnkemp.coffeecup.com/

Any comments much appreciated. I know there is still some tweaking to do in terms of "responsyfying" it properly. Also, the logo at the top of the page probably isn't the final logo for the site.

One quick question if anyone knows. On the contacts page I have two columns of "span 5" and "span 7" with what is going to be a google map on the left. When the screen narrows the columns switch to "span 12", but at that point I would like the map to move underneath the second column. Is this possible?

I'm not really a web-designer so have quite possibly made plenty of mistakes in what I've done. Do feel free to point out any howlers.

So far I'm very pleased with RSD :)

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