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‘320 and Up’ is a lightweight, easy to use and content first responsive web design boilerplate.
This is the new ‘320 and Up’
A lot’s changed since I wrote the original ‘320 and Up’, my ‘tiny screen first’ responsive web design boilerplate. Back then we were just getting started with responsive web design and many sites, including mine, and frameworks and boilerplates like HTML5 Boilerplate, structured their CSS3 Media Queries from the desktop down, rather than for small screens up.
To put things right, I wrote ‘320 and Up’. It worked as an extension to HTML5 Boilerplate or a set of standalone files. ‘320 and Up’ has been used by designers and developers all over the web and I’ve used versions of it on every website I’ve worked on since I wrote it.
What’s in the new ‘320 and Up’?
- Five CSS3 Media Query increments: 480, 600, 768, 992 and 1382px
- Design ‘atmosphere’ (colour, texture and typography) separated from layout
- Bootstrap styles for buttons, forms and tables
- Modernizr, Selectivizr, responsive type tester and design tester
- LESS and Sass mixins and variables
- Upstarts for the things we build every day
“Tilt” 3D View of Web Page Structure
Open up the Page Inspector Web Developer->Inspect from the menu, or Inspect Element in the context menu on the page, and you’ll see a new 3D button on the toolbar if your computer is compatible with WebGL. Click that, and you’re presented with a whole new perspective on web page structure.
This 3D view which was previously available in an add-on called Tilt, stacks elements as they are nested in the DOM and lets you see elements that are hidden or off the page. You can zoom in and out, rotate and pan the view to see the page from any angle that is helpful to you.
The 3D view is fully integrated with the rest of the Page Inspector functionality. You can open the HTML view or the Style Inspector for more information about the element you’ve clicked on in the 3D view. You can also change selected elements using the breadcrumbs on the toolbar.
The controls for the 3D view are easy:
|Rotate||Click and drag||
|Pan||right-click and drag||Arrow keys|