Hi I am using DW CS6 and have created a fluid grid site, bare bones, index page, boilerplate, respon.min.js etc, basic css is saved and have created a media query.css. I have not added any content into the index file. I go Modify>Media Queries and I get an error popup "The Media Query Manager is not currently compatible with Fluid Grid layouts".
I have done this on 2 different PC's running version 12. Build 5842 (windows7 64 bit) and get the same error.
I also got the error after having started a site, added content, modified CSS for phone,tablet and desktop and was about to add the Media Query and got the same error.
Is there something I have missed about creating a fluid grid site.
If you select Modify > Media Queries, Dreamweaver creates what is known as a site-wide media query file. Fluid Grid Layouts use a different approach.
When you create a Fluid Grid Layout from the New Document dialog box, Dreamweaver prompts you to save a style sheet. It's in that style sheet that Dreamweaver automatically creates media queries based on the Fluid Grid Layout Divs that you insert into the page and snap to the grid.
I created a series of videos about Fluid Grid Layouts in my Dreamweaver CS6 New Features workshop. There's also a video about Fluid Grid Layouts by James Williamson on Adobe TV.
Warning: they're not the easiest feature to use.
Thanks for that. I have seen, since the post that some people separate the fluid grid layout CSS into separate phone,tablet,desktop CSS files and then don't use the link to the fluid-grid layout. Obviously using the fluid grid CSS as a starter then use the media queries with the separate CSS sheets. Lot of different ways of doing things.
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