The Internet is going mobile. Desktop computer sales keep falling as the mobile device marketplace burgeons. Web development methods are rapidly changing to adapt to this new trend. HTML5 and CSS3 Responsive Web Design Cookbook, for all of today's wireless Internet devices, gives developers a new toolbox for staying connected with this on-the-run demographic.

HTML5 and CSS3 Responsive Web Design Cookbook is the programmer's resource for generating websites that effortlessly interface with modern mobile devices. Using its clear instructions you can create responsive applications that make snappy connections for mobile browsers and give your website the latest design and development advantages for reaching mobile devices.

HTML5 and CSS3 Responsive Web Design Cookbook is full of how-to recipes for site enhancements and optimizing your sites for the latest devices and the mobile Web.

You will learn how to make images automatically respond to page size, make responsive menus, embed responsive videos and take advantage of a number of responsive typography techniques.We'll then move on to creating layouts using frameworks making captivating responsive sites and retrofit frameworks into responsive websites with just a few lines of CSS.

HTML5 and CSS3 Responsive Web Design Cookbook is your guide to obtaining full access to next generation devices and browser technology.


As a Cookbook, we are targeting existing developers who need to pick and choose specific recipes in order to help their websites become accessible (and usable) regardless of screen size, device, or browser.

Who this book is for

HTML5 and CSS3 Responsive Web Design Cookbook, for all of today's wireless Internet devices, is for web developers seeking innovative techniques that deliver fast, intuitive interfacing for the latest mobile Internet devices.

Benjamin LaGrone

Benjamin LaGrone is a Web Developer who lives and works in Texas. He got his start programming when he was 6 when he took his first computer class at The Houston Museum of Natural Science. His first program was a Choose your own adventure book written in BASIC, and he has fond memories of the days when software needed you to write line numbers.

Fast forward about thirty years, after deciding that these computers are here to stay, Ben has made a career combining favorite things, creating art and coding, making art from code. One of his favorite projects was using the GMaps API to map pathologies to chromosome for cancer research.

Having for a long time loved mobile devices, Ben thinks that the Responsive Web is one of the most exciting, yet long time coming, new aspects of web development. He now works on various projects focused around mobile and responsive technology and Web APIs.

When he's not working on some internet project, Ben spends some time building robots, tinkering with machines, drinking coffee, surfing, and teaching Kuk Sool martial arts.

None of this would be possible without the support of his loving wife, Hannah, and two beautiful daughters, Daphne and Darby.