Particletree Â· Dynamic Resolution Dependent Layouts
In my previous feature on CSS layouts, I talked a bit about the different CSS layout approaches available to a designer when building a web site. In this feature, Iâ€™d like to focus on a dynamic resolution dependent layout implementation that I think provides a strong alternative for those trying to find a balance between fluid and fixed layouts. With dynamic layouts, the possibilities really are quite endless. You can change 3-column layouts to 2-column layouts, provide appropriate font-sizes to increase legibility, and even reward higher resolution viewers with extra content and larger images. And no, you donâ€™t have to put php in the CSS or lose the caching benefits of using external stylesheets to make it work.