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Eliquo wants to help the design and digital marketing community through our weekly Q&A program. This free program is a platform for designers and digital marketers from all industries, from professionals with a ton of experience to those that are just getting started.

Have a question? Just complete the form below. Every week we will do our best to answer as many as we can. When a response is posted, we will send out notifications via Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

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List of Questions

Version 4 has a new "sm" grid tier below 768px allowing for more granular control. Choose between xs, sm, md, lg, and xl. This also means every tier has been bumped up one level. It adds more control for layout options on large smartphones.

Answered, by Mike Beaudin, Eliquo's Senior Microsoft Specialist Expert and Web Instructor.

That's a quick fix! Make sure keyboard "Caps Lock" is not on.

Answered by Kam Miranbigi, Eliquo's Senior Video Instructor.

Set the "Playback Resolution" to "Full" in "Source" and "Program" panels.

Answered by Kam Miranbigi, Eliquo's Senior Video Instructor.

SASS provides variables as a way to store information, which can be reused throughout the style sheet. With SASS you also have MIXINS. Some things in CSS can be bit tedious to write. MIXINS make groups of CSS declarations that can be reused throughout the site. SASS can also reduce website load times by using SASS Imports versus CSS Imports.

Answered, by Mike Beaudin, Eliquo's Senior Microsoft Specialist Expert and Web Instructor.

Go to Window menu, select “Project” or use Ctrl + 0 (Win), or CMD + 0 (Mac).

Answered by Kam Miranbigi, Eliquo's Senior Video Instructor.

For clarification and ease of explanation we will refer to LiveCycle Designer PDF documents as XFA forms and all other PDFs as PDFs. You can import a PDF into LiveCycle Designer and use it as a "background" where you can add form fields on top of the background to create an XFA form. So in that case you can "merge" the documents. The only consideration is that the XFA form in this case cannot be truly accessible. We often get this question when clients want to add pages of instructions that have been created in MS Word or Adobe InDesign to an XFA form. You cannot merge pages of a PDF with pages from an XFA form. You can attach the instructions PDF to the XFA form by opening the XFA form in Adobe Acrobat Pro and using the Attachments panel. Otherwise, you will have to recreate the PDF pages in LiveCycle Designer.

Answered by Michael Cooper, Eliquo Director of Training, Development and Production.

Go to “Window” menu, “Workspaces” and uncheck “Import Workspace from Project”.

Answered by Kam Miranbigi, Eliquo's Senior Video Instructor.

The document language (File > Properties > Advanced Tab > Language drop-down) needs to be set to English or French. Then, any content that is not in the language of the document needs to be tagged as the other language (right-click on the tag for the content in the Tags panel, select "Properties" and select the appropriate language from the "Language" drop-down). If your document is set up this way, it has the appropriate features to tell the assistive technology how to interpret the language correctly. If a user encounters issues with their assistive technology not recognizing the appropriate language, it is a limitation of the technology or possibly a user setting that is causing the issue. This is one of a number of reasons it is always recommended to have separate documents for different languages if possible.

Answered by Michael Cooper, Eliquo Director of Training, Development and Production.

Everybody experiences the world, including content they access on the internet, in their own way. How someone experiences content on the internet can be vastly different depending on the computer or device and size of the screen on which they view it, and how they interact with it. For example, while some people read text and interpret images they view, others use assistive technology to listen to content using a screen reader. Meanwhile, some people click on links using a mouse or similar device, while others navigate using a keyboard or by tapping on touch screens.

Answered, by Mike Beaudin, Eliquo's Senior Microsoft Specialist Expert and Web Instructor.

Make sure you select the "Timeline" panel before selecting the "Media" option.

Answered by Kam Miranbigi, Eliquo's Senior Video Instructor.

Make sure your keyboard is set to "US English" on your OS.

Answered by Kam Miranbigi, Eliquo's Senior Video Instructor.

Use "Tilde" key or use "Reset to Saved Layout" from the "Workspace" sub-menu.

Answered by Kam Miranbigi, Eliquo's Senior Video Instructor.

Make sure Footage and Layer Panels are closed. If still you don’t see the Composition Panel, go to the Window menu and select “Composition”.

Answered by Kam Miranbigi, Eliquo's Senior Video Instructor.

AJAX stands for Asynchronous JavaScript And XML. It’s a developer's dream, because you can possibly update parts of a web page, without reloading the whole page. You can also request data from a server, receive data from a server and send data to a server all potentially after the page has loaded in the background.

Answered, by Mike Beaudin, Eliquo's Senior Microsoft Specialist Expert and Web Instructor.

Use the jQuery DataTables plug-in. It is a highly flexible plugin, it will add advanced interaction controls to any HTML table including searching ability, sorting, pagination and one of my favourite feature “State Saving”.

You can quickly add it to any of your sites using their CDN: Visit DataTables.net

Answered, by Mike Beaudin, Eliquo's Senior Microsoft Specialist Expert and Web Instructor.

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