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Crear una vista en Grid Responsive con Drupal 7

Vista Grid Responsive Drupal 7

¿Cómo podemos, sin complicarnos mucho, crear una Vista en nuestro proyecto Drupal 7, en su formato parrilla o Grid, que se adapte a dispositivos móviles?. Es decir, convertirla la Vista en Responsive.

Buena pregunta. Así que vamos a probar un módulo llamado Views Responsive Grid, que nos asegura que va a conseguir este objetivo de manera sencilla.

Descargamos, instalamos y activamos el módulo como es costumbre, y creamos una Vista nueva.

En Formato: Seleccionamos Responsive Grid y básicamente el número de columnas inicial.

En las propias instrucciones ya nos advierte el desarrollador, que sí, la plantilla en la que estamos trabajando, ya es responsive, necesitamos asignar nuevas clases css para las columnas y las filas.

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CREATE THE PostgreSQL DATABASE
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Note that the database must be created with UTF-8 (Unicode) encoding.

1. CREATE DATABASE USER

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