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How to install/enable responsive design

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  1. Illes
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    09 Oct 2012
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    Hi,

    I want to test responsive design, but I can't install/enable it and I didn't find any resources to see how to enable it. I have standard edition. 
    If you know how to install it please let me know.

    Thanks,
    Illes
  2. Jochem Bökkers
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    11 Oct 2012 in reply to Illes
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    Hey Illes,

    The Responsive Module is not part of the standard license, but a paid add-on. You can verify if you have the functionality for it by going to Administration >> Version and Licensing.

    Under extensions there should be listed "Mobile Design"...

    Jochem
  3. Illes
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    11 Oct 2012 in reply to Jochem Bökkers
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    Hey Jochem,

    Thanks for your answer. Do you know if there is a posibility to test it without to pay it?

    Thanks
    Illes
  4. Markus
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    11 Oct 2012 in reply to Illes
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    Dear Illes

    Go to http://sitefinity.com/try-now   (maybe a bit later - I get an error at the moment)

    The sandboxes should have this feature to try (not sure anymore). Also responsive design is as far as I know implemented for Sitefinity internal Templates only.

    Markus
  5. Illes
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    11 Oct 2012 in reply to Markus
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    Hi Markus,

    Thanks. It seems that "Response design" is in trial version.

    Illes
  6. Jochem Bökkers
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    Hey Markus,

    The respsonsive design isn't implemented 'just' for their internal templates, it makes the regions you create with the lay-out editor (edit page or template) responsive. If you follow the proper naming pattern, hardcoded areas from your masterpage will also become responsive - after all, it is just a bunch of css rules...
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