1. Theme configuration

    Themes represent the actual visual presentation of our website. A theme specifies the responsive grid setup, main structural elements and other information that is of a more general nature (content independent). Themes can be made device dependent, for example custom views for desktop and mobile. A theme always consists of a theme configuration file, called theme.xml, and one or more XSL templates, which are used as a "base" for page templates.
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  2. Getting started

    Getting started using the STK is easy! In fact, you can be up and running with your first page (with responsive support) in a matter of minutes.
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  3. Building responsive web pages with the Enonic STK

    A responsive web site adapts to the viewing environment, with the ambition of providing an optimal viewing experience for any given client. With the STK, building responsive web sites on Enonic CMS is easy.
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  4. Image handling done right

    If you are familiar with Enonic CMS, you may already know the power that lies in the image handling functionality available through the XSLT function portal:createImageUrl(). This function lets you scale and manipulate an image in numerous ways. There are, however, great potential pitfalls if you don't use this image handling function with caution.
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