[QUOTE=Arima] [QUOTE=Mr E Bear] There's no way a C2 project could ever be responsive, you'd have to create multiple projects and rotate your iframe depending on your parameters.[/QUOTE]
What do you mean by responsive? Games by definition need to be responsive. Is that a term for something that I'm not aware of?[/QUOTE]
In web design responsive means that the website dynamically resizes itself to best suit the dimensions of the window or device browsing it:
See here: http://bahs.com/
Try adjusting the size of your window and notice how the elements resize.
Responsive web design is the cutting edge of what designers can offer now, it's what SEO was 5 years ago! I can definitely see how the term is misleading though; never thought of it like that but responsive is such a normal word
[QUOTE=delgado] in my opinion C2 is very good tool to creating websites. Tell me who saw website with animated background? :D C2 can do this :)[/QUOTE]
C2 is a sensational tool for creating games, and thanks to it's obvious browser capabilities exceeds Flash in my eyes in regards to web multimedia creation... but it's awful at creating websites! For the simple reason that it's not a website builder! You can't crawl or gather any kind of relevant search data from a C2 project, you'd instantly fail checks from bodies like Google, W3C and the Disability Accessibility Act.
The humble .gif can provide animation for every browser in the world, I'd let C2 do what it does best, which is be a bloody outstanding game engine :)Mr E Bear2013-03-28 13:10:26