Min/Max height vs JS / jQuery / MooTools resize for website
Posted on 2011-02-16
I am creating a website, and would like to make the website resize depending on the user's browser window size (realtime if possible). It will be a E-Commerce shopping cart, so there will be a lot of different size images, content, and buttons to consider also.
The question is, what it be feasible to make the ENTIRE website resizable depending on the user's browser window?
If so, would it be better / easier to use JS for this or CSS (min-height,max-height)? Everything will be dependent on the height of the browser, not the width of it.
The images will be dependent on ratios (2/3). The website currently has a mixture of MooTools and jQuery, where some pages either contain one or the other.
Please let me know what you think.