Last post Jan 25, 2016 08:51 AM by Candice Zhou
Jan 21, 2016 08:49 AM|prasannaindia|LINK
iam using relative position and the browser inconsistency is there even i used reset css how to solve this
Jan 22, 2016 02:56 AM|Candice Zhou|LINK
I am not sure about your requirement clearly. Could you describe your question more specifically?
Jan 22, 2016 08:18 PM|prasannaindia|LINK
My question is how to make the website responsive like if you reduce the window size it has to automatically adjust to it is that based on the position used in css like static,absolute relative like that or any other
hope it is little bit clear now
Jan 22, 2016 08:30 PM|KathyW|LINK
That question is not restricted enough be answered in a forum. The topic of how to design a responsive site is not an asp.net question, but general web design question, and there are several approaches (including using frameworks) and many tutorials on
the web, which can be found with some searches.
Jan 24, 2016 07:54 AM|TechView|LINK
Why do not you try Twitter Bootstrap or 960 Grid System?? Though Bootstrap is the most famous CSS framework and easy to build responsive website or web application, I recommend you to try it.
Jan 25, 2016 08:51 AM|Candice Zhou|LINK
What you are going to be looking for would likely be related to
It isn't really automatic and you will likely have to tinker with it a bit to get everything working and looking just as it should, but it is probably the best method of handling a situation like this (depending on the controls that you are using). There
are Reponsive Design frameworks and boilerplates that you can use to implement these into your site such as
Twitter Bootstrap (and
a varitety of others).
These could fairly easily be integrated into a Web Forms application and would basically be all that you would need to use :
1) Great MSDN Article on Responsive Design
2) Tutorial on Integrating Twitter Bootstrap into ASP.NET Web Forms
3) Beautify your ASP.NET Application with Twitter Bootstrap
Here is the sample about using CSS Media Queries: