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    Hello,

    I see that there is a New Version - NOF 2015 - I can't find anywhere
    that says it will allow the Creation of Responsive Designed Websites???
    Which is VERY Important to me right now.

    This is something I REALLY Need and was hoping that this feature
    would have been in a New Version of NOF...

    Please let me know... I'd Upgrade to the New Version right-a-way if it is.

    Thanks !

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    Nope. Not this release. Maybe 2017?
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    Maybe 2020?

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    ... well - it depends how you work with NOF, this is done with NOF 2013

    http://www.nof-tutorials.com/Layoutb...ite-Zentriert/

    ... and Doris did this with my tutorial:

    http://www.fotoatelier-essen.de/Resp...ayout-mit-NOF/

    It's not a miracle - it's a NOF page

    ... but YES - this would be nice to get this option very soon with a future release of NOF
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    The point must be that an increasing number of other design programs do have this functionality - Dreamweaver, Xara, Wysiwyg Web Builder and especially Macaw. If I was still making a living out of web design, I would have invested in Dreamweaver and Macaw. As it is, I stick with NoF because after 20 years with it it's kind of like a favourite overcoat - a bit threadbare but comfortable.

    Tommy, I'd love to study your tutorial, but I'm completely illiterate in German (as I live on the other side of the world I have a certain familiarity with Indonesian/Malay and Japanese) and biblical Greek although that kind of lacks a lot of technical words and is therefore not much use when it comes to web design.

    The other thing is that the examples you've given (and the ones I've attempted myself in the past) all require writing custom code; there isn't a functionality with the NoF interface itself. And if you're going to write the code (even if you input it into the NoF interface) you may as well use an html/css editor like Coffee Cup or Notepad+ or even vi and forget about NoF completely.
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    Hi Franko,

    yes - and I agree a 100%. I guess NOF must work on this problem and this should be the first priority given to future releases.

    I do not know any other software because I do all of this only as a hobby and I never ever did web design for living or someone else.

    I do use a lot of custom code and use NOF more and more just as a structure to start. Therefore you have a lot of advantages with NOF instead of writing the whole code yourself.
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