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What is a responsive web design?


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Responsive web design makes web pages perform well on different devices like desktop, mobile, and tablet. It ensures that the user has a great viewing experience no matter what device they use to access your website. The practice of a responsive design consists of a mix of flexible layouts, images, grids, and the use of CSS media queries.

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Responsive web design describes a web design approach that allows websites and pages to render (or display) on all devices and screen sizes by automatically adapting to the screen, whether it’s a desktop, laptop, tablet, or smartphone.

 

 
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Responsive web design is a style of web development where both the layout and the content responds to the device on which it is being rendered and the size of the screen it is presented on. It is automatically adjusts for different-sized screens and viewports. With a responsive website, someone can browse your website from any device and it will still look and function perfectly. The image above is a responsive website example. How Responsive Websites Work

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Responsive web design is an approach to building a website that considers the different types of devices that a visitor might use to access the site. Responsive web design adjusts how content on a page is displayed according to the dimensions of the device’s screen. This is in direct contrast with non-responsive web design, which maintains the same properties regardless of what size screen is being used.

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