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Responsive Canvas

Hi Everyone,

I have tried to make this countdown responsive without success by following the instructions on http://ameijer.nl/2011/08/resizable-html5-canvas I was wondering perhaps I was missing something! I also by added the foundation classes large-3 small-6 columns to each div and as well no results...

The countdown is hosted at: http://www.michelarteta.com/treehouse and the code at JSFIDDLE http://jsfiddle.net/D7em2

Thanks for your help!

3 Answers

It's much easier to do responsive design via CSS instead of Javascript, as described here:


It would probably take a fraction of the lines of code as well. Happy to walk through your code via screen sharing on Screenhero (http://join.screenhero.com/jcodehelp@gmail.com) if you'd like.

Hi J, that would be great actually!

Sure, I'm online now — feel free to message me on there.