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Responsive Web Design with HTML5 and CSS3 Essentials by Asoj Talesra, Gaurav Gupta, Alex Libby

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Summary

A key part of any website must be the media used; after all, it would become boring without some form of color! This is no different for responsive sites; throughout the course of this chapter, we've covered some useful techniques for adding responsive media, so let's reflect on what we've covered in this chapter.

We kicked off with a look at making images fluid, which is the basic concept behind responsive media; we then swiftly moved on to look at using the HTML5 <picture> element, to see how it can be used to specify different sized images based on hardware capabilities. We explored a few pointers on what is available to use, should we decide to that existing native support is insufficient, and we need to progress from using just plain ...

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