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HTML is almost 100% responsive out of the box. This stylesheet patches the remaining holes to get to 100% and in just 247 minified bytes. Let's make the web just a bit more responsive shall we?
Just include the fluidity css file in the head of your html file:
<link rel="stylesheet" href="css/fluidity.min.css">
For elements that need to retain widths that might be wider than a device's viewport (i.e tables), wrap them in a div with the class 'overflow-container' like so:
<div class="overflow-container"> <table> ... </table> </div>
If you want to develop with the uncompressed version, include instead:
<link rel="stylesheet" href="css/fluidity.css">
If you'd like to use the available build tools just run:
cd fluidity npm install -g gulp npm install gulp
There are a few common tasks that gulp takes care of here:
Run these from the root directory of the project. The command
runs a live reload server and starts sass compilation while running csslint, while
also minifies the css.
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Now adds 'support' for svg, canvas, and iframes.
But of course the css got bloated to the super ridiculous size of 132 bytes.
A css shim that promotes html being a little more responsive out of the box.