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pixelsign/html5-device-mockups

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pixelsign / html5-device-mockups

HTML

HTML5 mockups of popular devices, to showcase your portfolio and spice up your website.


READ ME

HTML5 device mockups

You can view the demo page of all devices here: http://pixelsign.github.io/html5-device-mockups/

Use on...

  • Your website / splash screen

For...

  • Displaying photos
  • Displaying screenshots of your app(s)
  • Displaying reference works / illustrations
  • Displaying a content rotator / slideshow
  • Embedding a JavaScript app inside the device
  • Embedding a YouTube video

Why?

  • Looks cool
  • Attracts customers
  • Makes your site look professional
  • Give people the idea that your app/site works on mobile
  • Give the impression that your illustrations are meant for web/mobile
  • Lots of screenshots in just one "device"

Features:

  • Maintains the device's aspect ratio when scaled
  • Perfectly aligned screen content containers
  • Some devices have "home button" layer defined for possible click event bindings
  • Lengthy gallery of different devices
  • Multiple color schemes
  • Multiple orientations
  • Two separate ways for integrating the devices to your site

Integrating to your website:

STEP 1)

    Import either one of the provided CSS file to your project:

            Import "device-mockups/device-mockups.css"
                    - If you want to define the devices using CSS class names
                    - <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="device-mockups/device-mockups.css" />

            Import "device-mockups/device-mockups2.css"
                    - If you want to define the devices using HTML tag attributes
                    - <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="device-mockups/device-mockups2.css" />

STEP 2)

    Use the provided HTML generator to generate your devices source code:

            - Open in your browser: "Mockup Device Generator.html"

            - Select the device type

            - Select orientation
                    - Note: not all devices support multiple orientations

            - Select color
                    - Note: not all devices support multiple colors

            - Copy / paste the HTML to your projects HTML source code

STEP 3)

    If you want to use the CSS class name approach for defining the devices,
    simply remove the "data-..." tag attributes from the provided HTML code
    and copy the values of those tags in the CSS classes:

            <div class="device-mockup" data-device="iphone5" data-orientation="portrait" data-color="black">
                <div class="device">
                    <div class="screen">
                        <!-- PUT CONTENTS HERE -->
                    </div>
                    <div class="button">
                        <!-- You can hook the "home button" to some JavaScript events or just remove it -->
                    </div>
                </div>
            </div>

    Turns to:

            <div class="device-mockup iphone5 portrait black">
                <div class="device">
                    <div class="screen">
                        <!-- PUT CONTENTS HERE -->
                    </div>
                    <div class="button">
                        <!-- You can hook the "home button" to some JavaScript events or just remove it -->
                    </div>
                </div>
            </div>

Created by:

Tomi Hiltunen

Angelos Arnis

Credits for the original graphical renderings of the devices used in this package are found in a separate file which is provided with this package.