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|Monday, August 22, 2016|
Tell you what, being an independent shop has its drawbacks. One is that it's hard to be good at design and zeroes and ones. There are certainly people great at both, but it's much fewer than those who are really good at just one or the other. That's nearly a truism.
That means it's taken me days to get my website looking presentable over and above my cheaping out and using a template for the site.
One of the biggest issues for me was trying to get a grid of application features to look good in both desktop and mobile modes. I've got a pretty common set of three features and an image for each. On the desktop, the bootstrap grid arrangement is simple enough:
But when I go to mobile, I want the order to change fairly drastically.
Probably makes more sense with numbers...
That's kind of an extreme change.
First attempted solution
I wasted a lot of time trying bootstrap push and pull. Look at this answer, for instance.
Look at the first
Wrong. After fiddling around a while, pushes seem to simply push off to the right of the viewable row. And this question pretty much confirms it.
Since that question suggests that we can't push and pull, I figured I'd take one of these more complicated options. They boil down to...
The first makes more sense I think, though you end up having to duplicate code.
I ended up with code like what's below. What's important to note is that the first row is
It does get the effect I want, even if it's not DRY.
I don't like it, though I don't even know that it isn't what a bootstrap master would do to get the same effect. I do know that any idealistic setup seems to go completely out of the window once your use case gets complicated enough, whether with conventional code or with CSS.
Here's a chart of the different "down" and "up" classes to hide your stuff, though it's from the version 4 alpha...
posted by ruffin at 8/22/2016 11:37:00 AM
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