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check out - http://viewportsizes.com/ also this tool helps me to "see" what different websites will look like at different viewport widths, very helpful: http://bradfrost.com/demo/ish/


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Looks like the link Ian Dunn posted might be your ticket. Here's an excerpt from that page: In the SVG export options, I select Style Elements, and I select the Include Unused Graphic Styles option. It will declare sandStyle and blueSky as CSS styles in the SVG document. Here is the SVG output generated by Illustrator CC: <style ...


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I'm putting forth a guess here on the intent of the original question. I believe that the question relates to two objectives: 1) size requirements for full display on various view ports 2) acceptable sizes (minimal) that would facilitate having smaller file size I found a good article at Smashing Magazine which may also be of interest to answer this ...


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Alright here we go: Check the export Tags Panel Then go ahead and Export HTML, then open the idGeneratedStyles.css file in your preferred editor: For the second part of your question one possible solution would be to make a Master Stylesheet using XML and import it into the different parts of your book. Though if you did the Master Stylesheet ...


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Personally, it all depends on your skills and requirements. Skills being able to learn and grasp stuff quickly. Requirements being finances. Learning something will need time., and that would kill your productivity for the time being. So if you have a lot of time to kill, go ahead and learn to code. I've been a designer for the last four years and i am ...



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