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Adobe Edge Reflow

Adobe Edge Reflow CC (Preview)

Design the responsive web.

Easily create responsive designs.

Breaking Ground

Breaking new ground is nothing new for Edge Reflow, and we're continuing to incorporate new technologies as quickly as possible. Be warned though -- the rest of the web might need some time to catch up, so not all of these features are compatible with all browsers. Get the details from Web Platform team.

CSS Regions

New support for CSS Regions exposes region containers to easily create responsive designs.

Edge Reflow Feature: Improved layout

Regions

Right-click to convert any box into a region. All of the content in this box, including text and images, will then become "flowable."

Edge Reflow Feature: Improved layout

Region containers

Add images and text that flow from one region container to the next across your design canvas.

Edge Reflow Feature: Multi-page designs

Edit content

Double-click a region to access the entire flow. Add or edit your content, or simply double-click to return to the design canvas.

Demo time!

Check out these projects that use CSS Regions for flowing content:

National Geographic project

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Bike & Co project

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Learn More

Want more information about the CSS Regions spec or looking to just learn more?

Visit our Web Platform page →

Browser Support

CSS Regions is available in Safari 6.1+, iOS7 Safari, and is coming soon to other browsers.

Learn more →

CSS Regions in Edge Code CC

Edge Code has code hinting available for CSS Regions. Learn more about Edge Code →

CSS Filters

Add powerful new image and text effects to your design with CSS filters. Choose from a variety of filters like: blur, contrast, greyscale, hue rotate, invert, saturate and sepia.

Interface for Filters in Edge Reflow

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