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Controlling Your Site Layout Using The Mobile-First Omega Theme [April 24, 2013]

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The Omega Drupal 7 Base Theme is a highly configurable HTML5/960 grid base theme that uses built-in media queries to make the site responsive. Each zone, or group of regions, can be configured for content-driven layouts that reformat depending on the device’s screen size.

This presentation will explain the theory behind Omega's mobile-first approach, helping achieve best results whether on desktop, tablet or smartphone.

In this webinar, you will learn
• How to use the Omega theme’s many configuration options
• Best practices for implementing responsive design
• What’s upcoming in Omega 4.x!

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Wednesday, April 24, 2013
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