A responsive website changes its appearance and layout based on the size of the screen the website is displayed on. Responsive sites can be designed to make the text on the page larger and easier to read on smaller screens. They can also be configured to make the buttons on the phone’s screen easier to press. More sophisticated ways of using responsive design on a mobile device include: formatting the website to hide or present entirely different information, radically changing the graphics and colors, or even reducing the site to emphasize just its most important piece.
Why Should I Go responsive?
Responsive websites respond to the device width, meaning any Internet enabled device will be able to view your website in all it’s glory. Responsive websites are also future proof, so no need to edit the website when a new device is launched.
Is Responsive Really This Good?
Yes, responsive websites are really as good as they say, having a responsive website opens your website up to a whole new market of mobile users who may not have used your site before. You can also allow your customers to view the site and make snap purchases without having to head to a computer.
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