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joomlaianer says

hey, i`m again :)

i search a auto resize script like this: http://www.burkhardhenrichs.de/

if you reduce your window the div elements automatically change the width/height.

is there a script avaible here on codecanyon ? or maybe a free jquery plugin ?

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omarabid says

There isn’t an auto-resizer plug-in, it’s just a responsive theme.

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joomlaianer says

but if you take a look at the code, if you reduce the window the styles “left,top etc” automatically changes.

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omarabid says

It uses a mix of auto-dimensions CSS and JavaScript. Respond.js (https://github.com/scottjehl/Respond) is probably what you are looking for. It enables media queries for old browsers, and also the code has a snippet that detects the windows resizing. That bit can help you ;)

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