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Responsive design at its most elementary definition is simply the use of css media queries and some javascript to rearrange a website's layout to fit multiple screen sizes. This can range from a wide screen monitor down to the smallest of smart phones. It is done all through the same site, same installation, sharing the same files, and no extra layouts needed as in the past. Unlike many pixel grid based templates, Shape5 Vertex templates are already built on a fluid width layout based on percentages, with an optional pixel width wrapper, which is what responsive layouts require. Because of this Vertex templates do not require a responsive layout, instead it is completely optional! That's right, if you're uncomfortable with responsive layouts or it won't work with your site, then simply turn it off and use the standard fixed or fluid width layout instead!


Column Settings

Depnding on whether you have set the side columns to fixed or fluid widths, you have several options to choose from. We do highly recommend fluid columns when responsive is enabled. The first option, which pertains to both fixed and fluid, allows you to combine articles, will set modules published to middle_top and middle_bottom positions as well as articles published to the component area to a single column at the chosen screen width, this setting effects only those areas and nothing else. The settings below that are split into two sections depending on your column width setting. These settings effect combining the inset columns, creating a single column, and reducing the column widths. Be sure to read the tooltip of each section for a full description.

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