How responsive website builder helps us?

January 23rd, 2014 By Super Admin | comment

In the modern time of the internet and Smartphones, everyone wants to keep entire world in his or her pocket. It is exactly same with PC’s or laptops, In earlier times people used their big screen of desktops or laptops to access a website or to make use of the internet. But these days’ people don’t have enough time to open their big and heave computer systems, because most of the work is performed by tablets and Smartphones. And this rapid change in the technology insists developers and designers to follow the way of Smartphones and tablets, by making sleek and clear responsive designs.

What is a perfect responsive design?

Building a responsive site implies, regular testing how it shows crosswise over versatile and tablet gadgets. A user could resize the program himself, or utilize a browser growth or devices inside his IDE; however, there is an ultra-basic instrument that permits user to perceive how a page shows on a distinctive screen sizes, in a solitary perspective. It works by entering the site’s URL into the location bar to test a particular page.

The gadget and screen choices are 240 x 320 in case of small phones, 480 x 640 in case of the tablet, 320 x 480 in iPhone, 768 x 1024 in iPad – Portrait and 1024 x 768 in iPad – Landscape. Though, the content width can’t be pixel-fair, as 15 pixels must be added to the casing to suit the scroll bar. The term responsive refers to a layout that itself adopt resolutions based on the available screen size, in short a design that provides clear resolution on the screen of a PC or mobile or tablet of the user or mobile compatible.

Responsive design with floating layers

The Layer object in WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) Web Builder is really a very powerful characteristic for advanced web layouts and can be used for a lot of layouts in different ways. There are hundreds of new concepts, called floating layersthat can be used to create ‘responsive’ layouts.

Instead of having a fixed position, the floating mode of Layer makes the layer ‘float’. The layers will be placed one after the other, and depends on the availability of the screen space because of the multiple floating layers on the page. If the layer does not fit in the current row then it will automatically wrap the text to the next row.
In order to control the ‘float behavior’, a property Floating mode can be used:

• Default: The object itself moves to the next row, if the object does not fit on the current row. The layer will be located to the right side of the preceding floating object.

• Clear Left: The layer will be forced to the next row and can have other objects on the right side of the row.

• Full Width: The full widthmode can be useful for headers or footers. The layer will use the (100%) width of the page and no other objects can be on the same row.

Floating layers can be part of another (floating) layer, but at  present only one nesting level is supported.

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