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    Question Responsive Type Breaks On Resize In Chrome

    Greetings!

    I am using viewport width (vw) on all elements widths to make them responsive.

    But the actual resizing comes somewhat unstable.

    Here is how it looks:

    screen.jpg

    Top image is how it looks at 1366px viewport width and the bottom is at 766px.

    The odd thing is that it returns to normal at 707px and breaks again at 700px and returns to normal at 691px and breaks again at 680px and so on (all numbers are approximate).

    Please check the working model example here

    P.S. is it ok to use vw width exclusively?

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    The answer to your P.S. is the answer to the rest of it. vw units are still not entirely supported, and are kinda buggy right now. You'd do better to use percentages, ems or rems right now.
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    Thanks for the reply!

    I've figured out that it is much better to apply vw only to font size and percentages to grid layout.

    It is also essential to give some breathing room for the elements also.

    And as Ronald Roe said the vw feature is really kind of buggy right now. But imho it still can be used along with percentages and media queries.
    Last edited by turbo; Feb 10th, 2014 at 06:10 AM.


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