This was extremely helpful, yet I have one (stupid) question:
What if I turn my tablet to landscape view?
I'm thinking a lot of people on tablets look at websites this way...
Is there a Dreamweaver setting for this?
Although the whole fluid grid layout feature suffers from a terrible implementation, this video explains what is needed to understand, and warns very well for all the strange culprits in this feature.
It takes time for most designers to get used to the idea of fluidity in a visual representation of information, and let structural building blocks flow according to alternating views and rules. Let's hope Adobe Edge Reflow helps us doing that in a better, faster way.
This was a great video. I like the idea of separating your typography into a different css file, though since I'm still a beginner I wonder what kind of rules will be there. Simply things that affect typographical elements such as paragraphs and headings?
This works great but I don't have the same layout icons as you, I have to create a div and tick for fluid. My cloud membership says I am up to date? - So do I have the correct menus or can I go into an advanced mode?
This is a great video but it is now out of date since the Adobe Developer team decided to change it all again. Please remake this video showing the new workflow. There is nothing on line which shows how to use the new FGL implementation works. I am completely stuck and can't create even the most basic page with these changes. Please help!
I spend nearly three days using fluid grid to apply to a large web site with multiple templates and some cold fusion. The video was a great help, although the user interface seems to have changed.
After using the system I wonder if you should not make a font sttyle css and apply different sizes for headings etc to suit the device screens as well?
you would have to make images to fit the largest screen and sclae the others back so they shrink with the screen, but a more advanced answer would be to use multiple versions of the background for different screens using a CSS background setting
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