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As the number of mobile users continues to grow, these practices will become more commonplace and may even get replaced by new solutions that benefit users even more. Using jQuery, this tutorial will show you how to recreate it. This allows us to change the max-height on footer-links to px or a number larger than the height of the actual div. Vertical screen real estate is a precious commodity. It has two main break points.

The centered class also adds flexbox

The next breakpoint at px Lines is where the magic happens. So at a screen width of px we show the. Your desktop-centric images are loaded slowly and costed to your visitors for devices with small screen like mobile phones. The two examples both use the hamburger icon menu style which has emerged as a common accepted practice on the web to represent a collapsed or hidden menu.

It is a good technique for directing the users attention as it becomes the only thing that they can interact with on the screen. Hopefully this simple technique helps you build a responsive footer that works equally well on desktop, tablet, and mobile devices. Hopefully this article sheds some light on how to handle two different menu sizes in a user friendly manner. One at px for a tablet view and another at px for a mobile view.

So there are a couple things happening here. To solve this, I like to consolidate this information to improve the usability and maximize screen real estate for mobile and tablet users. Footers are a highly functional piece of the user interface. The actual technique is largely the same.

The problem is that

The centered class also adds flexbox to the contained divs so that they sit on the same plane with the same heights I love this basic feature of flexbox. The problem is, that is a lot of information and things can get crowded on smaller devices. Creating a menu system that works on both desktop and mobile is challenging. The heavy lifting happens in the media query at px. We use percentage based widths here so that the everything scales down nicely from px to px.