Making object sizes proportional to browser sizes This tutorial introduces you to two very powerfull and sometimes less known CSS features – Viewport units – Calc function Viewport Units allow you to express the size of an element as a … Continue reading →
Sometimes you need to change styling for specific pages or devices.
As an example, this tutorial will detail how to change areas background attributes in the following situations
- Different static pages
- Different WordPress pages
- Different devices
- Any combination of the above
- Portrait and Landscape
Although for posts with text content 3 columns seems like plenty, if using posts to display images, or making reference pages with just featured image and title, you may want to create more columns.
This tutorial will give you the custom CSS rules to Display posts in as many columns as you like, and set a different number for each mobile device or browser size.
Having a great looking mobile view of your website has become an essential part of any modern website. Weaver Xtreme has you covered! Weaver Xtreme works seamlessly on all mobile devices, automatically adjusting the styling for three screen sizes: desktops, … Continue reading →