Build Responsive Light-weight HTML5 Learning with Skeleton CSS

It’s pretty standard to web design to make your HTML responsive and I think that should cross over to the learning products that we create as well. Mobile and desktop devices come in all shapes and sizes so having a website or digital learning product adapt to the different screen sizes is a must.

If you have done any research on JavaScript libraries that help you with responsive design you have probably come across BootStrap. BootStap is great and is very robust but it could come with a lot of extra code that you don’t need if you are doing something simple and want to keep your project a small file size.

Luckily there is a light-weight but very customizable solution called Skeleton. Skeleton is only 400 lines of code so it doesn’t add much to the overall size of your project but gives you some of the same responsive features provided in BootStrap.

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