In this blog post I mention some of the tasks I needed to perform in order to migrate oik-plugins.com to the Genesis framework.
It wasn’t on my list ( H2GD Part 25: 15 projects for #wcukretreat 2013 ) but at the end of June, just before the #wcukretreat I started mapping out some ideas for dynamically generating CSS class definitions for block widths and heights.
I’ve developed my first prototype of the code, as a new WordPress plugin called oik-rwd.
I decided to test it on this site, with a simple change to the home page.
But there were a couple of problems.
Set the viewport meta element in the head of each page to make the width of the browser’s viewport to equal the width of the screen.
For an explanation see Responsive Web Design by Ethan Marcotte [asin 9 780984 442577]
The basic theme for this website was originally created with Artisteer. I’ve customised it to make it responsive.
In this post and (probable) subsequent posts I’ll try to explain what I did, how I did it and why.