maj 16 2012
Designing navigation with more than 4 links on mobile devices will quickly prove to be a challenge if you try to settle with CSS and media queries. In “Adaptive Web Design” Aaron Gustafson proposes transforming the usual ordered or unordered list of navigational links into a
You can get it on Github here: jQuery Responsive Menu Plugin
Test your responsive design
Also, if you want to test your responsive web design, you can try it out in Matt Kersley’s Responsive Web Design Testing Tool. Other than it’s testing ability, this tool is a great reference for remembering the most common breakpoints.
There are lots and lots of jQuery carousel, image sliders and gallery plugins out there on teh interwebs, but they are rarely responsive. Mat Marquis has made a responsive one, which scales beautifully and works pretty well.
You can get it on Github here: Dynamic Carousel