Check out these great online resources on creating liquid/fluid and elastic layouts, including sources for design inspiration, downloadable templates, frameworks, articles and tutorials.
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There are more options than ever for getting unique, good-lookin’ fonts into your pages. Apart from @font-face, here are your options for font embedding services and font replacement techniques.
Download the slides from my presentation at The CSS Summit online conference, as well as get links to related tutorials on designing flexible images.
Check out Nomensa’s portfolio for great examples of liquid site designs.
Make several fixed-width images change their spacing to stay lined up with accompanying text, no matter the window size or text size.
Learn about Object Oriented CSS from Nicole Sullivan at The CSS Summit online conference, July 18, 2009.
All the major browsers now have zoom functions built in, which may make it seem like there’s no longer any need for liquid or elastic layouts. Not so.
Download the slides from my presentation at Voices That Matter: Web Design Conference 2009, as well as get links to related tutorials on designing flexible images.
Create the appearance of a single image by layering multiple images on top of each other. The pieces can slide around the page as its width is changed, making it a perfect technique for liquid layouts.
It’s possible to dynamically “crop” both background and foreground images as the layout changes in width, solving the problem of overflowing fixed-width images in a flexible page.