HI Anthony;
Very cool...
How about a link, on the drop down might be nice as most (smart) phones have a map app..?
Just my 2
Dave =-]
p.s. where is the link to this template? Very cool!!! (did I already say that?) 

-----Original Message-----
From: UF Web Managers [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Anthony DeLorenzo
Sent: Wednesday, April 03, 2013 9:35 AM
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Subject: Responsive design

Good morning web managers,

As I had mentioned in the Web Services presentation on 3/22, I have been actively working on making our templates responsive. It is not a very simple task- our templates are heavy, and they were never meant to be responsive in any facet of the word or idea.

That said I have(so far):

  * Replaced the slider with a responsive slider
      o it is touch enabled
      o builds in the backend that already exists in theme options
  * Replaced the 960 grid system once the width of the page is under 800
      o flexible to all mobile devices 318-799px
  * Created menu slider that replaces the institutional nav at top
      o will include new icons for isis, elearning, webmail, etc
      o will be customizeable
  * Made all images responsive

While this list isn't terribly impressive, there are many things that I have had to modify, remove or add in the backend.

I've added some screenshots of the features I have been working on- 
again they aren't fully styled, they are a shadow of what is to come. I 
show you these for your input: what features are you looking for in the 
UF responsive theme? At this juncture I am open to any ideas and opinions.

Anthony DeLorenzo*
**Web Services*