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New devices and platforms emerge daily. Browsers iterate at a remarkable pace. Faced with this volatile landscape we can either struggle for control or we can embrace the inherent flexibility of the web.
Responsive design is not just another technique–it is the beginning of the maturation of a medium and a fundamental shift in the way we think about the web.
Implementing Responsive Design is a practical examination of how this fundamental shift affects the way we design and build our sites. Readers will learn how to:
Chapter 1: The Anywhere, Everywhere Web
Chapter 2: Fluid Layouts
Chapter 3: Media Queries
Chapter 4: Responsive Media
Chapter 5: Planning
Chapter 6: Design Workflow
Chapter 7: Responsive Content
Chapter 8: RESS
Chapter 9: Responsive Experiences
Chapter 10: Looking Forward
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Page 35 The last paragraph prior to the code example states:
As a result, we need to set the span to have a font-size of .666666667em
However the code itself usings 12px, not 16px. That line should actually
As a result, we need to set the span to have a font-size of .5em (12/24).
Page 43 The first snippet of code on the page targets .main. Instead, it
should be targeting .slats li.