responsive website design

Hello friends, today we are going to create a responsive HTML Church Website template. To create this website layout we have used the CSS Flexbox layout model. Flexbox has become a very popular tool among developers. In new modern web development technology, the use of flexbox is increasing and within a few lines of code, we can build a nice layout of the website.


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I hope you have watched the video tutorial. In this Snippet, we used the latest HTML CSS technologies to create a responsive web design. In this responsive design tutorial, we also used CSS media queries to give the project a responsive look.

Website Features:

This project has a homepage with a navigation bar. There is a headline and sub-headline as banner content on the homepage. A call-to-action button has also been added. The About Us section has an image on the left and related text content on the right. A section header has been used in almost every section. The next section has a message for visitors. This section uses a background image and an overlay. The next section is the Services section. In this section, three divs have been aligned through CSS Flexbox. An image, header text, and paragraph text are taken on each div. Address, phone number, and email address have been added in three columns in the contact section. Finally, copyright text has been added in the footer section. We have taken the website content as we see fit. When you modify the source code, add content as you like.

Responsive Website Design File Structure:

We first created a folder called 'church website'. Inside the folder, we have one file called index.html which is considered an HTML document of the project. Second, we have the style.css file which is the stylesheet of the project. We also have an images folder where all the images related to this project are stored.

HTML Part:

First, we created the header section. In the header section, we have taken all the elements of the Main Navigation. Next, we took six consecutive sections. They are banner-area, about-area, msg-area, services-area, contact-are, and footer. In the banner area, we took a div for the background image and some banner content. From the next sections, We have taken the related content in line with the ID. Those of you who have watched the video must have understood. To give the scrolling effect, I have linked the section IDs with the main navigation items.

CSS part:

To eliminate the default margin and padding of the project, we first took the universal selector and added margin: 0 and padding: 0. Then I have to align the elements of each section through CSS flexbox. We have used CSS media queries to give it a responsive look after styling each section.

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Responsive web design with CSS flexbox [ Source Code ]:

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