Navigation is split into two rows, with the bottom one falling out of the dark background and overlapping the heading text. Only one of the 3 service columns is initially viewable, so it looks like that’s all that is offered. The only saving grace is that all the footer text is on-screen and centered—but the rest is a mess and needs a shot of Bootstrap powered responsive love. Dreamweaver CC is now fully Bootstrap compatible, from the Live view UI to Insert panel objects to code hinting and completion.
When I tackle a job like this, I like working from the outside in—which, in this case, means adding the necessary code to work responsively for the whole page. The most common responsive solution is to replace the list items with a menu button—which, when selected, displays the nav list in far more accessible overlay. In addition to using targeted classes, Bootstrap is very dependent on a specific structure and you’ll quite often have to add additional markup. This Bootstrap class—which pops up in code hints when you start to type—sets the max-width to 100%.
The img-responsive class ensures that—without the limiting width and height values—the image resizes with the width of the screen.
Save your page and again, drag the scrubber to resize the document window—and see that beautiful photo go with the flow! Navbars and jumbotrons are very specific use cases: the vast majority of Bootstrap-based content is contained within a highly structured series of rows and columns. You’ll see that some of the classes in the example (like container and row) are the same and will not need to be changed. In Code view, Select the content within the row that surrounds the mission heading and text. Within the row, change the column1, column2, and column3 classes to use a single class: col-sm-4.
The downside to using the same class names as Bootstrap is that inevitably there is some overlap. Now, the column widths resize proportionally for screens above 768px wide and then stack, one on top of the other, for anything narrower. The glyphicon class sets-up the font use while glyphicon-home specifies which symbol to use; Dreamweaver includes 5 such symbols but there are over 250 available—check them out (and get their proper names) from this handy cheat sheet. Bootstrap also has text-left, text-right and text-justify classes to manage all your alignment needs.
Moreover, you’re not restricted to sticking with just the three standard media queries. The next step depends on whether you want to a min-width based query or one based on a max-width; Dreamweaver presents both options, one green and the other purple.


Dreamweaver CC includes a killer feature that allows you to directly preview your page on a phone or tablet.
Retrofitting an existing site to meet today’s multiple-screen world is a challenge, no doubt. Joseph Lowery's books about the web and web-building tools are international bestsellers, having sold more than 400,000 copies worldwide in eleven different languages. No one makes a stronger comedy impression than JB Smoove – for years, he has been stealing the show with roles on the big screen (like in “Top Five”) and the small screen (like on “Curb Your Enthusiasm”).
We’ll bring all those components into play as we pull the web page into the multi-screen age.
The first element needed is a meta tag to adjust the viewport according to the width of the device.
Finally, we’ll need to add a call to jQuery, the JavaScript framework foundation for Bootstrap.
You won’t see any differences on the page yet—a bit more work to do for sure!—but the Bootstrap foundation is now well and truly laid.
Bootstrap uses both container and container-fluid The container-fluid class extends to the full screen width, perfect for our navbar. To test, switch to Live view and then use the Scrubber on the middle right of the document window to drag the screen width inward. Bootstrap based their technique on best practices, so it’s entirely possible the conversion task will reuse existing classes. The Bootstrap column classes are the primary tools for responding to various screen widths.
With it, you can quickly wrap a selection with additional code, edit the code or insert new markup, in Code or Live view. You can easily add additional classes to resize the columns (or hide them entirely) at different screen widths.
Icons are very useful to quickly identify individual page areas, like those shown in our three columns. Much of the responsiveness—particularly when dealing with content in columns—comes from a number of media queries. Not only does it show you the various breakpoints in a color-coded fashion (min-width only are green, max-width only are purple, while media queries that have both min-width and max-width defined are blue), but clicking on any one resizes the document window accordingly and directs any defined CSS rules to that query. For example, I often need to define a separate one for a smaller phone size with a maximum width of 379px. Now, you can adjust your layout in Live view by resizing (or hiding) the columns for any desired screen width. With Device Preview, you can quickly and consistently test your responsive site in the real-world.


Just make sure your device and system are on the same network (Wi-Fi is fine) and click the Device Preview icon  in the Status bar. Dreamweaver CC gives you the tools you need to meet that challenge and keep your clients happy, functional—and most importantly—your continued clients. He is the author of the Dreamweaver Bible series as well as works on Adobe web workflows, CSS and HTML.
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Dreamweaver CC 2015 includes very powerful tools for creating responsive sites from scratch—which can also be leveraged to convert non-responsive web pages into Bootstrap-driven multi-device ready ones. From their download page, you can either pull down the files to host on your own site or, as I’ll do for this example, get the CDN links. When the screen width narrows (as with a smart phone), you still want the user to be able easily view and access each nav item easily. Commonly referred to as a hero image, this large-scale image is called a jumbotron in Bootstrap and you only need to know a few techniques to make it fully responsive.
Here, we’re using the QTE to enclose the selection with a new div tag that applies a Bootstrap class (col-sm-12) to create a column for the small screen size (with a minimum width of 768px) which extends to all 12 columns of the grid. Each standard media query is pre-defined and supplies a series of breakpoints where the layout can be totally modified. Joe has built hundreds of web sites over the years, as well as numerous extensions and applications to help other web designers. Bootstrap includes a full library of font symbols called glyphicons which are clean, lightweight and totally scalable. Almost immediately, your now fully Dreamweaver-crafted responsive page is viewable on the device. And don't forget MTV2 -- he's a star on "Wild N Out," and he's the host of "Joking Off." In March 2016, he becomes a reality star with the debut of "Living With Funny" on Oxygen.
For a more in-depth look at the cool, useful tool, check out my post Preview and Inspect Websites on Actual Devices.
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