I am trying to make a Drupal 7 desktop site into a responsive one. There is a view of type node listing the node title and image in a grid format on front page. I want that on the mobile screen instead of a grid it just becomes a list of horizontal fields and can be navigated by touch (maybe act as a slider). Any leads how to proceed.

Please shoot out if you need any more info. Would really appreciate any suggestion.


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Option 1:

Flex Slider allows you to build responsive, resizable slideshows. Meaning the slideshows automatically adapt to the size of the browser window or device.

  1. Touch enabled navigation
  2. Keyboard navigation
  3. Configurable slide animations
  4. Multiple sliders per page

Option 2:

Views Responsive Grid provides a views plugin for displaying content in a responsive(mobile friendly) grid layout. Rather than trying to force the standard Views grid display to work for mobile this provides the same functionality

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