Implement responsive design with jQuery Mobile and CSS3

Create web page layouts that adapt to each user's screen resolution

From the developerWorks archives

Kris Hadlock

Date archived: May 13, 2019 | First published: April 24, 2012

On its own, the jQuery Mobile framework is a great solution for quickly creating an accessible, HTML5 markup-driven mobile website. When paired with CSS3, things really get interesting, as it becomes possible to create web page layouts that respond to a user's device based on the screen resolution. This article shows how to use the jQuery Mobile framework and CSS3 media queries to implement responsive design in your web pages.

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Zone=Mobile development, Web development
ArticleTitle=Implement responsive design with jQuery Mobile and CSS3