Recently implemented Omega/ST Alphorn and was hoping for a real responsive/adaptive result. Overall it works as expected, apart from the inline images in articles. (IMCE/WYSIWYG)
Done some searching, done some reading and found that inline images apparently are still a big challenge. It´s either js, cs, php or a combination of those.
Leaves me with two questions:
Is there a way to get a true responsive site without first learning php, css, js and then potentially mess up a perfectly working layout?
Is it really that hard to make inline images behave well in a responsive grid? I mean... images in websites are not exactly a new phenomena, right?
Oh, one more thing... Maybe someone with +300 reputation can create a tag `inline_images´ ... the fact that it does not even exist, worries me a bit.