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Hey guys, I'm designing a website for the ipad -

I've taken a look at some examples online, on the apple site they even have a list of sites made specifically for the ipad - nike has a really good example

I'm trying to make one and want to make it flexible, by that I mean in terms of when someone uses the ipad in vertical format it fits right and when horizontal it also fits right

Any tips or thoughts how to go about this or what techniques to keep in mind when designing?

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You want to use Liquid or Elastic CSS to build your website.

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I havn't decided yet, what is the best one? Or the differences?
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I havn't decided yet, what is the best one? Or the differences?
Read up on it, is all I can say. This website does a pretty good run through of when to use what and when.

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